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Diy Flowhood W/ Pics

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what was the total cost?  thinking about putting one together, my glovebox works and all, but it is a pain in the ass...

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Sorry for the delay on this guys, I got distracted this weekend, and then when I got it all together the PS didn't work, so I've gotta get another. I think I have another one out in the shed, just gotta go dig it out....

 

 

 

 

what was the total cost?  thinking about putting one together, my glovebox works and all, but it is a pain in the ass...

 

Total cost was only about $65 for me, but I already had the fan and a power supply ( I hope ). If you have to purchase the fan, it will be in the neighborhood of around $125 - $175. Here is a link to the fan I'm using.

http://www.dcm-mfg.com/pdf/radial/TEC2007_BH1600/BH1600-41-01.pdf

 

And there are some more suited for this application on this page. Can't purchase them here, and I'm honestly not sure of an inexpensive source for this type of fan.

 

http://www.dcm-mfg.com/pages/category.php?cat=radial

 

Here is a link to the gallery with all of the pics, I'll organize them into a tek and update the first post once I get a good PS on it and can verify that everything is working properly. Enjoy!

 

https://www.shroomology.org/gallery/album/105-diy-flowhood/

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