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Fan clutch problem

Hello, I'm restorating a Lincoln Mk3 in France.
I'm Looking for a thermic fan clutch.
I only foud some 3 and more height. Too lengh.
The references gived in the past posts are no more accurates.
I need somme help for a réference.

The car has been repared with a static kit, so the water pump hs, so head gaskets hs... I have rebuilt all this, clened, new paint, a lot of work, but now i'm bloked.
 

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Check out the Hayden #2765 fan clutch. I use it on my cramped 502 57 Ford. It's the shortest one I've found and has the same bolt pattern as original.
 

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Tank you, I keep this site in mind.
 

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The Hayden 2947 is the lowest profile one you can get at 2.7". The studs have to be trimmed to fit and it can be a bear to get the nuts on but if you don't have the space it works.
 

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The Hayden 2947 is the lowest profile one you can get at 2.7". The studs have to be trimmed to fit and it can be a bear to get the nuts on but if you don't have the space it works.
That one is also a good choice. Could be a better choice as 2947 is listed as Heavy Duty and the 2765 is listed as Standard Duty. Yes, the nuts are a bitch to get on.
 

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Y bought the 2765 but now i'm bad with the fan. I hesitate betwen adapt it or looking for a new one that feets well.
Have you the ref for the fan. Mine is 48.5 cm diameter ( 18.9 P).
 
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