2015-2016 Fullsize/Grand Prix Parts by Ames Performance Engineering

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p19_15p.qxp_8.125x10.5 10/12/15 4:48 pm page 201 radiator heater hose clamps pp277 pp284 pp280 pp282 pp277 aftermarket style pp280c worm-gear hose clamp for pp281c worm-gear hose clamp for 1 1/2” id radiator hose ap 1 3/4” id radiator hose ap pp282c 1.00/ea 1.00/ea worm-gear hose clamp for 5/8” id heater hose ap pp283c 1.00/ea worm-gear hose clamp for 3/4” id heater hose ap pp299m pp299p fan shroud top plate painted steel all re 49.00/ea pp299n 1968 fan shroud top plate chrome steel all re 65.00/ea quality chrome is fair pp299p 1968 top plate bolt kit black phosphate re 4.00/kit pp299x 1968 fan shroud fiberglass all v8 re 149.00/ea this 1968 shroud’s exposed surfaces are done well the back side is rough and will need finish work to be show quality add $8.00 oversize fee to standard shipping for pp299x pp299y 1968 fan shroud hardware kit re 4.50/kit 1-800-421-2637 pp301b pp310 1969-72 fan shroud hardware kit for pp300 and pp301 re pp310 1967-68 428 radiator shroud emblem re pp310 is a low-pressure casting overall quality is good pp301b 4.50/kit 27.00/ea 1.00/ea fan shrouds hardware pp299m 1968 pp300 pp301 since gm has discontinued the sought-after 1969-72 fan shrouds we have taken the opportunity to reproduce them with period-correct features gm’s replacement shrouds were technically not correct for all years with the cut out above the top-left insulator along with other details that we have taken into account also after many years of use the gm tooling had shown obvious signs of wear on the top surface these reproductions exhibit a quality that has come to be expected from all ames performance manufactured products excellent in every aspect beware of “discounted” 1969-72 reproduction fan shrouds on the market these are very poor quality shrouds that exhibit rough finish and require extensive modifications for proper fit add $20.00 oversize fee to standard shipping for pp300-pp303a pp300 1969-70 fan shroud fs ape $175.00/ea pp301 1969 fan shroud w/3-core radiator gp ape 175.00/ea 1969-70 gp fan shrouds do not include the extension pp301a 1969 fan shroud w/4-core radiator gp ape 175.00/ea pp302a 1970 fan shroud w/3-core radiator gp ape 175.00/ea pp302b 1970 fan shroud w/4-core radiator gp ape 175.00/ea pp303 1971-72 fan shroud w/3-core radiator gp ape 175.00/ea pp303a 1971-72 fan shroud w/4-core radiator gp ape 175.00/ea aftermarket fan kits pp304h 1961-68 electric cooling fan all ap 299.00/ea pp304ha 1969-77 electric cooling fan gp ap 309.00/ea flex-a-lite® 15-inch black magic xtreme s-blade reversible electric fans feature 3000 3,300 cfm of airflow replacing a belt-driven fan with one of these powerful electric fans can recover engine power and increase fuel economy these fans feature a durable injectionmolded shroud to draw air through the s-blade fan design with continuous outer ring provides quiet and efficient operation includes brackets hardware wiring adjustable thermostat and full instructions 1961-68 fan kits can not be used with original fan shrouds pp304ha be used with original fan shrouds on 1969-72 gp www.amesperf.com engine compartment original wire-type hose clamp for 1 1/2” radiator hose ap $1.50/ea pp278 original wire-type hose clamp for 1 3/4” radiator hose ap 1.50/ea pp279 original wire-type hose clamp for 2” radiator hose ap 5.00/ea pp284 original wire-type hose clamp for 5/8” heater hose ap .75/ea pp285 original wire-type hose clamp for 3/4” heater hose ap .75/ea pp280 original post-type hose clamp for 1 1/2” radiator hose ape 2.00/ea pp281 original post-type hose clamp for 1 3/4” radiator hose ape 2.00/ea pp282 original post-type hose clamp for 5/8” heater hose ape 2.00/ea pp283 original post-type hose clamp for 3/4” heater hose ape 2.00/ea in an effort to find the correct years for these heater hose clamps we used dealer showroom album photos 60’s magazine articles plus the date codes stamped on clamps taken from original cars we found no evidence of their use from 1957-64 use the pp284 pp285 in ‘65 most cars used pp284 pp285 but several late-production cars were equipped with post-type clamps earliest post-type clamp date found was april ‘65 1966 and newer used the posttype excessive tightening can result in the tower rotating this can be avoided by holding the tower with an adjustable wrench 201