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#1 (permalink) Old 05-18-2010, 02:50 PM
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hi, i was wondering if anyone had experience with uro parts? my fan clutch is going out and i'm on a bit of a budget so i'm considering buying this.


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I didn't buy a fan clutch but I did get a URO brand alum thermostat housing. I was very impressed. Looked very nice. I compared it to one I bought from Pelican Parts which is nice but URO has a nicer finish.
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I've used URO parts before; they're alright.

Obviously, if you can afford it, I'd go with a Behr fan clutch (which is what BMW used originally), but the URO will work just as well.

edit: Just looked at rockauto ... for 33 dollars, yes get the URO, it's a no brainer ... i really thought it was gonna be closer in price to the Behr.

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Yea looks good to me i changed mine too
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