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Need part # for fan bearing assembly on 2003 ram cummins 3/4 ton. Bearing went out. Also is this a press in bearing?

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  • duane wine May 11, 2010

    i belive you mean the fan clutch assembly ?

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Hello travis...The second generation Rams used Cummins part #3910739 a double row angular seated sealed bearing for the fan hub. Cummins is proud of it, indicitive of it's price. If you can remove your old bearing from the outer race there will be a part number on it. Your local bearing supply house can cross it over. Do not try to install the bearing with something that could side load the bearing such as a hammer and drift, the result will be premature failure. Recommend useing a shop press to install new bearing. Good luck...i hope this helps.

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