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Motor: XTR-200
Blade Span:
60"

Blade Pitch:
..

Downrod:
3.5"

Blades: Choice of
Traditional Wicker Black, Tropical Wicker Weather Bronze or Adirondack Reclaimed Antique Blades

Light kit: Optional

Control: Included
W-81 Wet-Rated Wall Control

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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