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Old September 2nd, 2013, 09:59 PM
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Viscous Clutch for 4.0 GEMS

Anyone have a new genuine one laying around or an aftermarket/proline? Thanks.
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Old September 2nd, 2013, 10:26 PM
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Anyone have a new genuine one laying around or an aftermarket/proline? Thanks.
You still at Belvoir? If you need something to get you rolling I have one of the Imperial Severe Duty units as a spare. I ended up going with a Hayden 2626 which doesn't sound like a C130 & still keeps the engine cool-not very $$$ either.
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Old September 3rd, 2013, 12:28 AM
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You still at Belvoir? If you need something to get you rolling I have one of the Imperial Severe Duty units as a spare. I ended up going with a Hayden 2626 which doesn't sound like a C130 & still keeps the engine cool-not very $$$ either.
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Yeah, just flying back in after a weekend at home. The current unit is fine, I just want to replace it while Im doing the front end since it has 158k. Thanks though, appreciate it. Ill have to research the Hayden.
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Bought one from rockauto for $50 or so. Seems fine. Try that.
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Old September 5th, 2013, 06:45 PM
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Bought one from rockauto for $50 or so. Seems fine. Try that.
Sound level on par with an F16 or Abrams battle tank?
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Sound level on par with an F16 or Abrams battle tank?
No. Those are lightweight.

The VC Hayden sells is loud as hell.
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I have one off my 97 with about 46k on it.
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Old September 5th, 2013, 07:11 PM
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No. Those are lightweight.

The VC Hayden sells is loud as hell.
You are talking about the Imperial (or Hayden) Severe Duty....the one I rec'd is a 'light duty' that makes no discernable noise compared to stock-and the temps hold the same (based off scan gauge readings using both + stock). Not to mention Amazon has them for less than $40.
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C130. It is reassuring.
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You are talking about the Imperial (or Hayden) Severe Duty....the one I rec'd is a 'light duty' that makes no discernable noise compared to stock-and the temps hold the same (based off scan gauge readings using both + stock). Not to mention Amazon has them for less than $40.
Hayden Automotive 2626 Premium Fan Clutch
http://amzn.com/B000C3F31G
Yes, the one I have is the Severe Duty from Imperial (Hayden).

There is another one made by them, called the Heavy Duty.

Here are the Part No.

Fan clutch 215157 (Heavy Duty) or
Fan clutch 215158 (Severe Duty)

You'll also need the correct 10mm bolts for those fan clutch.

4 Bolts Kit 14040

Everything at Advance Auto and with the P20 code you'll get 20% off.

The Hayden Part No I have is the 2786 (Heavy Duty). I don't know about the 2626, perhaps it's the "Light Duty" like you mentioned.
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C130. It is reassuring.
Ha, thats the worst offender of all! Funny how I'd rather jump from one than ride in one. And I don't like jumping from one so that says something about riding in one.

------ Follow up post added September 5th, 2013 09:04 PM ------

Thanks guys. I don't think I need extra cooling capability, though I am about to move to the desert. I was more concerned about noise and reliability without shelling out $225 for a genuine. That said, I will probably end up going this Hayden route.
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The Hayden Part No I have is the 2786 (Heavy Duty). I don't know about the 2626, perhaps it's the "Light Duty" like you mentioned.
Perhaps indeed...I've only been running it for two years! I went through the Severe and Heavy duty C130 experience and went to the 2626; well worth it on a DD.

Worth grabbing the bolt kit that Pedro mentioned-when you widen the holes on the fan best to use a stepping bit to ensure it all comes out even. Holler if you need some local garage time that isn't Belvoir, I do most of my stuff over at Ft Myer but for certain things its just as easy to do it in the driveway outside my townhouse's garage.
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Old September 5th, 2013, 09:22 PM
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Will do, the shop here on Belvoir is putrid. And I doubt the GOs appreciate me wrenching next to their cars in the lodging parking lot.
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It's not that hard. This job is a 15 minute one.

The hard part is taking out the old fan clutch and remember that it's reverse thread.
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If you rent the fan clutch tool kit from your local autoparts store the job is a breeze. I'd highly suggest replacing the water pump at the same time if there is wobbly play in the viscous clutch. The WP bearing takes a lot of abuse in that scenario. Don't forget to put some anti-seize on the new clutch. That will guarantee that you never have to do the job again.
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Old September 9th, 2013, 09:02 PM
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Well, I got the Hayden 2626 off Amazon per Ray's recommendation. Thanks all.
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If you rent the fan clutch tool kit from your local autoparts store the job is a breeze. I'd highly suggest replacing the water pump at the same time if there is wobbly play in the viscous clutch. The WP bearing takes a lot of abuse in that scenario. Don't forget to put some anti-seize on the new clutch. That will guarantee that you never have to do the job again.
I used a large pipe wrench....worked well.....
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Attached some photos of the Hayden 2626 I got off Amazon for $39 for anyone in the same boat. Made in USA. Ill post impressions on my projects thread once I get it in.
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Attached some photos of the Hayden 2626 I got off Amazon for $39 for anyone in the same boat. Made in USA. Ill post impressions on my projects thread once I get it in.
Well since it was off my rec, I gotta say my fingers are crossed! That being said I think you'll find it adequate for cooling and a lot less noisy than the 'traditional' severe duty aftermarket units-will be very interested to hear your impressions.
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Old September 17th, 2013, 10:00 PM
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Ha ha, wheres the confidence Ray? Dont scare me! I should be doing this this weekend along with the water pump, all hoses, timing chain, tensioner, belts, crank seal, etc. So just enough to completely jack it up.
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