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 Posted: Tue Feb 6th, 2018 06:50 pm
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Alec Burns
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The fan itself is missing a few parts. It is missing one screw that secures the lid of the gearbox to the gearbox, one screw that is meant to anchor the oscillation arm to the neck of the fan, one strut-to-motor screw, and one cage strut screw. There are certain levels of damage and wear to various areas of the fan. The neck of the fan at one point was modified, and as a result was damaged. The screw that used to secure the bottom right cage strut to the motor housing broke off in the motor housing, as well as the screw that secured the cage to the strut. The strut that accompanied those screws has a pretty aggressive bend. The fan's gearbox had its version of a switch, which has broken off over the years. The cage has some spokes/wires that need to be bent straight. Three of the fan blades are in disrepair, with two having slight creases in the brass, and the third having a more aggressive crease. With these in mind, these issues and any other possible issues should be remedied before attempting to operate the fan.


The fan can run on all three speeds as seen on the Youtube video link below.

Video Link (copy and paste into your browser): https://youtu.be/hIqSQkqbCuc

Price is $495 + Shipping.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 2nd, 2018 11:52 pm
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This is a behemouth

Last edited on Tue Apr 3rd, 2018 11:17 pm by Alec Burns

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 Posted: Tue Apr 3rd, 2018 11:18 pm
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Renew

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 Posted: Wed Apr 4th, 2018 01:05 am
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I have of of these and you are right, it's a beast. I think I read somewhere that it weighs 34 lbs or something like that but you cannot convince me that it weighs any less than a Ford F-150.

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Jamie Williams wrote: I have of of these and you are right, it's a beast. I think I read somewhere that it weighs 34 lbs or something like that but you cannot convince me that it weighs any less than a Ford F-150.
I can carry it with one arm for about 5 seconds haha. It truly is a behemouth

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 Posted: Thu May 10th, 2018 06:10 am
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Bump it up!

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 Posted: Sat May 19th, 2018 08:36 am
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If you want a heavy fan, you should try carrying my 1920s Vintage R & M 3804X fan, that thing weighs a ton! when I bought that thing at the antique mall I had to set the thing down twice while I was talking to another booth owner there about some other stuff I deal with because it was so heavy and it was making my arms tired to hold it, my fan has to weigh at least 40 pounds because it felt like I was carrying a 45 pound weight for a bench press in my hand.

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