Went to the junk yard this morning, they actually let me walk around with my tape measure. Sure enough they did have several Windstars, and I even found one with the radiator & grill removed so the fan assembly was easy pickin's. All I needed was my knife, used as wire cutters by closing the blade on the heavy gauge wires. We hooked them up to a battery they had on hand just to verify they worked, and I was good to go at only $40. When I got home I set it in place on the truck and noticed the driver side mounts were in a good location to be attached to the radiator support using long bolts and body clip fasteners... I'm thinking of redoing these, using a piece of pipe to limit how tight the bolts can be tightened. The lockwashers are pretty much doing nothing and the plastic arms just bend. Next I fabbed a simple clip from heavy gauge sheet metal to hook into the plastic and bolt to the upper radiator bracket... Clip bolted in place... Soldered, heat shrink tubed and routed the wires... Nice view of all the room in there now... I got the relay/control box all hooked up except for extending the wires for the sensor probe. I cant understand why they only put about 10" of wire for that. Also still need to mount it under the dash and tuck away the wiring. Anyway, with everything else hooked up, I twisted the sensor wires together and they kicked on just fine. They seem to move a good bit of air but honestly I think the Camry fans move more, it may have to do with the fan blade design. One very nice thing is you cant really hear them run, probably because of the fan blade design. On the passenger side I'm going to cut off the mount arms since they seem to be right in the way of the trans cooler connections. Also there is a hole made in the plastic shroud, probably to clear something on the van, that I'm going to pop rivet some sheet metal over so it will have better draw across the radiator. I ran the truck at idle, let the temp gauge get up past the 1/2 mark then turned the fans on. They were able to cool the truck down to just under 1/2 but no further. I'll report back after I get the sensor probe hooked up and give it a road/trail test, hopefully this weekend. I think I'm also going to hook up a mechanical aftermarket temp gauge I have just so I can verify exactly what temp the truck is running at.