Chevy Caprice 1970, Belt Driven Fan Spacer Kit by Flex-a-Lite®. 5/16" with NF Bolts. This sturdy aluminum part will stop your Flex-a-lite fan from wobbling due to misalignment. Flex-a-lite fan spacers have a large bearing surface and are machined to a soft radius. The spacer adapter will also provide the required spacing from the radiator to ensure the overall efficient operation of your cooling system.
|Spacer Material: Aluminum|
|Bolt Quantity: 4|
|Bolts Included: Yes|
|Male Pilot Diameter: 0.625"|
|Female Pilot Diameter: 0.625"|
- Converts a variety of hub pilot diameters to a 5/8" pilot
- Ensures the necessary spacing from the radiator
- Mill aluminum finish
- Hassle-free installation
- Backed by a one-year warranty
- Proudly manufactured in the United States
The Flex-a-lite fan spacer adapter converts various hub pilot diameters to a standard 5/8-inch pilot. It also allows for the necessary spacing from the radiator. The Flex-a-lite spacer adapter installs in no time flat by simply screwing onto your water pump. The part is machined to a soft radius, which reduces point-loading and thus helps prevent stress cracking on the fan center star. All Flex-a-lite fan spacer adapters are expertly crafted from premium aluminum and backed by the manufacturer's unbeatable one-year warranty against defects in material and workmanship.
Flex-a-lite® is a third-generation business that has been in the automotive industry for over half a century. In 1962, Eddy Davis, who was an Army Air Corps pilot in England during the Second World War, set up Flex-a-lite with the original ‘flex fan’ concept. The company is currently based in Fife, Washington, and run by Lisa Chissus, Eddy’s granddaughter. Lisa is the one who invented the now patented Flex-a-fit radiator sidetank design that provides superior heat transfer. Though Flex-a-lite continues to look for innovative performance cooling solutions, one thing that hasn't changed since the company's foundation is that all products are still engineered and manufactured in the USA, with American hands.