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DescriptionMake removing the fan clutch easier on '89-'12, 5.9L Dodge Cummins trucks with these wrenches made specifically for the job.
This tool set comes unfinished. If you don't like the bare metal, some Krylon spray paint will take care of this.
The wrench set includes:
- (1) Turning wrench
- (1) Long counter holding wrench for '89-'02 that holds the bolt heads on the fan hub pulley.
- (1) Short counter holding wrench for '03-'12 that holds the bolts heads on the fan hub pulley.
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Jun 8, 2021 | By Jack Hentges
Holy cow, those wrenches are amazing! Literally took 10mins to swap a fan clutch! Amazing work, I've done a clutch without these tools and it took hours, with plenty of busted knuckles. I will for sure be recommending those wrenches to everyone I know with a Cummins.
Jan 7, 2021 | By Pete Hendrix
Slim profile to access the clutch hub with both wrenches. Made the job MUCH easier for my '01 QCLB Ram. Highly recommend.
Jul 4, 2019 | By Adam
Works great! Tried a friend's "universal" set, total garbage. These wrenches are well made and don't spread under pressure. Great buy!
May 16, 2018 | By Robert Barnum
Wrenches work very well, but...
May 13, 2018 | By Mark
This wrench set makes the awkward task of removing the fan clutch fast and painless (no bashed knuckles). However, for my '05 only 2 of the included wrenches are needed, not all 3... It's a bummer that I paid for the unnecessary wrench. Also there were no instructions included in the box (c'mon Geno's %@$!) so I spent a while wondering what the extra wrench was for. As other have mentioned longer handles make the job even easier. I used a cheater bar over the end-wrench handle and I made a nice long handle for the spanner from a length of round tube with a flattened end.
Dec 4, 2017 | By Mike
Buy these or bust your knuckles... I was finished in less than 30 mins.
02 dodge 3500
Nov 6, 2017 | By john schrecker
Fan Clutch tools
Aug 29, 2017 | By Reese Schmucker
I used this to change the fan clutch on my 2011 6.7. The tools worked fairly decent. It would have helped if they were a few inches longer. The spanner wrench with the breaker bar hole is easier to use without a breaker bar as well. Just lay it right up against the damper until it locks the pulley. All in all, they did their job. I did bend them and have to restraighten them quite a few times. (That was due to my clutch being a miserable pile.)
Aug 10, 2017 | By James
Worked exactly as it should. Had to use a cheater pipe to break the nut free but the tools were great.
Dec 29, 2015 | By Adam Dvorak
They get the job done, fit was real tight
Dec 9, 2015 | By Mark Berends
This set got the job done. Took a little trial and error to figure out but the tool worked great for me. No issues.
Sep 26, 2015 | By Thomas Wall
As the title says don't waste your money on this set. The wrench that is supposed to be used to remove the fan clutch is to soft and just rounds out. The large holding wrench doesn't match the bolt pattern on the pulley that needs to be held. The small wrench is useless since you have to put a 3/8 ratchet on it. All in all there are better tools available for the money.
Owner Response:We take customer satisfaction seriously. As a result of feedback from customers, we have made modifications to this part and changed suppliers. The new wrench has been in production for just over one month. So far, the feedback is very good. Additionally, we will begin including instructions for proper use of this wrench. If you haven't done so already, please contact us at (770) 886-2500 to discuss returning the part that did not work properly for you. Thank you for taking the time to provide us with this feedback.