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    Magma Master caster Sqirrel cage fan

    Anyone know the part number for the squirrel cage fan on a master caster? I want to get one the same size to help cool my larger molds.

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    Guess I wasnt too clear in my original post. I want a fan like that to use, I dont have a master caster, seems like thats some sort of internal # when Im pretty sure it is just a Dayton Squirrel cage fan or something similar that can be found a whole lot cheaper than buying one from Magma.

    Just looking for a similar fan and it would have been easier to just google the part number from one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Guess I wasnt too clear in my original post. I want a fan like that to use, I dont have a master caster, seems like thats some sort of internal # when Im pretty sure it is just a Dayton Squirrel cage fan or something similar that can be found a whole lot cheaper than buying one from Magma.




    Just looking for a similar fan and it would have been easier to just google the part number from one of those.



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    I have looked for "cheap" fans like this before with limited success, you can get them off ebay, but they are not really cheap at all. My master caster didn't come with a fan (super old model). I used 2 computer style fans to do the same job, they are cheap and move a fair bit of air. I have been using them on my MC like this for 15 or so years now

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    Found out the model on the master caster and I found a better Dayton on Amazon for $27 warehouse deal so im all set. Thanks.

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    Nice find, i bet magma was a fair bit more than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazza View Post
    Nice find, i bet magma was a fair bit more than that.
    Yep, $140

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Yep, $140
    yeouch.....

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