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CAMARO AIR CONDITIONING COMPRESSORS PULLEY FOR 'ALL YEARS AND MODELS'

Rick's Camaro knows that a proper fitting AC pulley for your 1967-2012 F-body Camaro can be hard to source, just ask any Camaro owner. There are options out there, but when a great fitting air condition pulley is the name of the game, Eckler's & Rick's Camaro has to you covered. Trust the world leader in sales of AC pulleys, after all, Rick's Camaro and Eckler's has been doing it the longest.

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Camaro Air Conditioning Compressor Pulley Shield,1967-1968 Part # AC-60
Protects From Oil Damage Keeps Engine and Compartment Clean Black Powder Coated To Match Compressor Simply Bolt In Place Installation Fits A6 Compressor Only On Passenger Side Product your engine compartment and hood underside from damaging air conditioning compressor oil leaks. Over time the compressor front seal starts to leak and oil in the system gets forced out as well. This oil covers the inner shirts, engine and underside of the hood. Sometimes damaging the hood insulation. Now you can bolt on this shield to the A6 Compressor and save time and money. Learn More
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Camaro Air Conditioning Clutch, For A6 Compressor With 5" Diameter Pulley, 1967-1981 Part # 33-11616
Restoration Correct Original AC Delco Part Correct Fit And Finish Fits Inline 6 and V8 Engines Also Fits Z28 67, 68, 1972 Made In USA Is the ac compressor not working on your 1967-1981 Camaro? Ricks Camaros offers this factory AC Delco replacement Reman AC Compressor Clutch for the A6 comprerssor. When the electromagnet inside the ac clutch assembly turns on, it produces a powerful magnetic field through the rotor. Since the fan belt rotor and the air conditioner rotor are both made out of iron, the magnetic field magnetises both of them, pulling them towards each other. This causes the friction plates to push tightly in to each other. Initially, the rotor friction plate is turning and the compressor friction plate is not. Once they are touching, however, friction between the two plates makes the air conditioner rotor spin. When the electromagnet is turned off, the friction plates spring apart and the compressor stops moving. Don't settle for just any replacement part, use AC Delco what came on your 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Camaro when it rolled off the assembly line. Trust Ricks Camaros for all your parts needs. Learn More
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