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Derale Heavy Duty Thermal Fan Clutch for 1965-1996 GM L6/V6/V8


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Heavy Duty Thermal Fan Clutch for 1965-1996 GM L6/V6/V8
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Heavy Duty Thermal Fan Clutch
  • 1965-1996 GM L6/V6/V8
  • Standard Rotation
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    22045 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Motor Works/Derale 22045 worked AC Delco did not Put this fan clutch on my 86 Chevy P30 Bounder motorhome with a 454 engine works great! Original GM clutch fan started giving trouble - not disengaging properly at 55,000 miles so I bought an AC Delco ADO-15-4949 more expensive, good name, but only lasted 200 miles. With the AC Delco I slowed down for traffic - RV engine 'dog house' heat sinks - fan kicks in as usual (typically for about 15 seconds) but the new ACDelco - IT WOULD NOT DISENGAGE, limped 20 miles to campground sounding like a turbo jet, bought this Derale/US motor works part, and has worked perfectly for the last 500 miles, only kicking in when the heat builds up in the doghouse at slow down after highway speeds. I did use a cork inside the clutch bore to keep the metal adapter sleeve that centers the clutch on the smaller diameter short water pump stub; also used self locking 5/16 flange grade 8 nuts on the water pump studs as this clutch has slots, and I also cut and rezip tied the fan shroud on the bottom to allow changing without moving the radiator. Jegs was easy to deal with the store and I picked the part up at their Delaware Ohio warehouse. I am thinking Derale/ US Motors is true to its name - made in US and more importantly has apparently better product testing and quality control than AC Delco. I will be seeking out Derale/US Motors parts in the future and glad Jegs carries their parts.
    Date published: 2023-06-24
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    What are the dimensions of the fan hub face to face? What is the bolt pattern dimension center to center for the fan?

    Asked by: onewindjammer
    This is a product specific application. It does not have available dimensions.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2022-10-12
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