MO --There is a 1 3/4" spacer between the water pump pulley and the fan.Joe
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Subject: Re: '65 Street Wedge Viscous Drive
Do you need a "thin" profile one to get clearance between the fan and the radiator?.....................--
On Saturday, July 8, 2017 at 5:26:14 PM UTC-5, Joe Godec wrote:Lads --My '65 Sport Fury's 426 Street Wedge's engine is coming along quite nicely except the viscous drive for the 7-blade fan is missing (a spacer has been inserted). Any ideas where I can get a "Torque Control Drive" (Chrysler term) for the car? I'm not going to drag it, but I would like to have it look as much like the one one I had back in '64-'67 as possible.Thanks for any help.Joe Godec
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