Added a couple electric fans 'cause the Champion 3-row radiator left no clearance for the stock fan and an aftermarket fan was heavy and slightly out of balance.
A pair of Spal 9" pushers.
2 Relay harnesses.
A 2x2 sheet of 13 gauge 1/2" expanded sheet metal from hardware store.
A couple strips of aluminum to mount the expanded metal to the front of the radiator support.
A 4-way ATO fuse box with double sided tape to hold fuse box in place.
Radiator hose thremoswitch with 185/165 set-points.
Assorted crimp connectors and heat shrink tubing.
Assorted stainless steel metric fasteners.
A can of Rustoleum satin black.
The system is wired so the fans will run when ignition is turned off. Also have a by-pass switch on the dash to operate the fans independent of the thermoswitch.
Spal recommended 15 amp fuses, but each fan is rated at 6 amps continuous, so I tried a 7.5 amp fuse which failed at fan start-up (motors draw the largest current at start-up). Went to 10 amp fuses and fans start and run just fine. Fuses are meant to protect the wiring, not the component, so the smallest fuse is best.
Works good. Need to see how it performs this summer. Also, the thermoswitch is a good way to see if your stock temperature gauge is accurate.