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    • FRAM® Extra Guard™ Spin-On Oil Filter
      (1 reviews)
      # 4448
      Extra Guard™ Spin-On Oil Filter by FRAM®. 1 Piece. The moving parts in your engine are cushioned by a very thin film of oil between the moving parts and bearings. If dirt gets in between these components, you may end up with...
      $5.04 - $27.19
    • Continental® ContiTech™ Conti-V Multirib™ Serpentine Belt
      (6 reviews)
      # 5987
      ContiTech™ Conti-V Multirib™ Serpentine Belt by Continental®. Designed to transmit torque and drive engine accessories, this serpentine belt provides quieter and cooler performance, greater durability, and maximum service life...
      $6.62 - $103.71
    • MANN-Filter® Spin-On Oil Filter
      (2 reviews)
      # 4638
      Spin-On Oil Filter by MANN-Filter®. 1 Piece. This oil filter is designed to provide the engine with clean oil needed for smooth and long-lasting operation. The product stands up to even the most demanding conditions while providing...
      $4.30 - $19.86
    • FRAM® High Mileage™ Spin-On Oil Filter
      (0 reviews)
      # 4449
      High Mileage™ Full-Flow Spin-On Oil Filter by FRAM®. 1 Piece. This Full-Flow Spin-On filter helps to extend the service life of High Mileage vehicles ensuring maximum engine protection and unrestricted oil flow. It's the perfect...
      $8.71 - $17.39
    • Bosch® Premium Oil Filter
      (1 reviews)
      # 1739
      Premium Oil Filter by Bosch®. For premium engine performance, you need a premium oil filter. This filter from Bosch is highly efficient in filtering the oil by trapping both large and microscopic particles from entering the engine....
      $8.78 - $25.85
    • FRAM® Tough Guard™ Spin-On Oil Filter
      (1 reviews)
      # 4451
      Tough Guard™ Spin-On Oil Filter by FRAM®. 1 Piece. This filter is designed to ensure maximum protection to your engine under any driving conditions. FRAM Tough Guard oil filter uses only high-quality media blend and provides 6...
      $7.72 - $9.59
    • FRAM® Ultra/Xtended Guard Spin-On Oil Filter
      (0 reviews)
      # 4452
      Ultra/Xtended Guard Spin-On Oil Filter by FRAM®. 1 Piece. Engineered for maximum engine protection without affecting oil flow this full-flow filter utilizes dual-layer synthetic media that provides 99%+ filtration efficiency, and...
      $10.25 - $11.48
    • Hastings® Spin-On Oil Filter
      (1 reviews)
      # 4766
      Spin-On Oil Filter by Hastings®. 1 Piece. This filter traps contaminants from the oil minimizing the possibility of costly engine repairs. To prevent any leaks, it comes with a nitrile gasket that withstands extreme temperatures...
      $6.36 - $20.55
    • Hastings® Oil Filter Element
      (0 reviews)
      # 4761
      Oil Filter Element by Hastings®. This filter element traps contaminants from the oil minimizing the possibility of costly engine repairs. To ensure it meets OE specifications, the manufacturer tested it according to SAE HS806 test...
      $6.52 - $34.43
    • Bosch® DistancePlus™ Oil Filter
      (0 reviews)
      # 5734
      DistancePlus™ Oil Filter by Bosch®. Bosch DistancePlus Oil Filters are high efficiency/high capacity oil filters designed to keep oil clean longer and protect the vehicle's engine. Comparing to conventional filters, DistancePlus...
      $15.72 - $46.79
    • Continental® ContiTech™ Conti Synchrobelt™ Timing Belt
      (2 reviews)
      # 5985
      ContiTech™ Conti Synchrobelt™ Timing Belt by Continental®. This product is designed and manufactured as an OEM replacement for safe, reliable and efficient performance. Thanks to its polychloroprene cover, glass fiber tension...
      $7.16 - $78.48
    • Motorcraft® Oil Filter
      (0 reviews)
      # 5535
      Oil Filter by Motorcraft®. At your next oil change, replace your dirty oil filter with this premium product. Engineered specifically for your Ford, Mercury, or Lincoln, the Motorcraft oil filter thoroughly cleanses engine oil to...
      $6.10 - $64.96
    • Dayco® Top Cog™ Drive V-Belt
      (0 reviews)
      # 861517
      Triumph GT6 1967-1968, Top Cog™ Drive V-Belt by Dayco®. Position: Fan and Generator. Top Width: 0.44". Effective Length: 44.50". Outside Circumference: 45.07". Angle: 36. Specially constructed for vehicles that utilize the...
      Designed for power transmission to vehicle accessoriesConstructed for vehicles that utilize V-belts
      $10.45
    • Dayco® Top Cog™ Drive V-Belt
      (0 reviews)
      # 861513
      Triumph TR6 1971, Top Cog™ Drive V-Belt by Dayco®. Position: Fan and Alternator. Top Width: 0.44". Effective Length: 43". Outside Circumference: 43.57". Angle: 36. Specially constructed for vehicles that utilize the multiple-belt...
      Designed for power transmission to vehicle accessoriesConstructed for vehicles that utilize V-belts
      $10.32
    • Dayco® Top Cog™ Drive V-Belt
      (0 reviews)
      # 856748
      Vauxhall Victor 1962, Top Cog™ Drive V-Belt by Dayco®. Position: Fan and Alternator/Generator. Top Width: 0.44". Effective Length: 39.50". Outside Circumference: 40.07". Angle: 36. Specially constructed for vehicles that utilize...
      Designed for power transmission to vehicle accessoriesConstructed for vehicles that utilize V-belts
      $9.70



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    Look up "fan belt" in any modern automotive dictionary, and you'll typically find a definition that reads, "An endless belt used to transmit power from a crankshaft-driven pulley to a pulley driving the fan, alternator, or other engine accessory. It is usually V-shaped in cross section with the point of the V fitting into a groove in the pulley".
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