OER 7-Blade Service Replacement Clutch Style Fan 1965-1979 GM Cars and Trucks
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This replacement 1969-79 non-date-coded fan blade is 18" in diameter and features 7 blades, and is a clutch style fan.
1967-1979 Chevy Camaro
- 1967-1969 Z28
- 1968 396 w/AC
- 1969 w/AC and AT
- 1970 350, 396
- 1970-1979 6-cylinder with AC
1969-1970 Chevy Chevelle/El Camino
1968-1979 Chevy Nova/Chevy II
- 1968-1970 6-cylinder w/AC
- 1968 396/375 HP
- 1969 350 w/AC
- 1970-1971 V8 w/AC
- 1976 250 w/AC
1968-1979 Chevy Impala, Bel Air, Biscayne, Caprice
- 1968 396 and 427 Hi Performance
- 1969-1979 6-cylinder w/AC
- 1969 V8
- 1970 V8 w/AC
1965-1972 Chevy/GMC Truck V8 with AC and HD cooling
what fan clutch fits 691-3947772
What is the diameter of the center hole and the bolt spacing? I need to verify it will fit the Hayden 2747 fan clutch. Last "OEM" repop I tried had a center hole smaller than the actual stock OEM fan so they fan clutch wouldn't fit.
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