US Motor Works Introduces Max Cooling Kit

US Motor Works Introduces Max Cooling Kit

The Max Cooling Kit line combines two of the company's most popular primary products: the water pump and fan clutch, a pairing that optimizes functionality and efficiency. 


SANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. – US Motor Works LLC (USMW), a manufacturer and distributor of water pumps, fan clutches, electric fuel pumps, timing kits, oil pumps and cooling kits for the automotive and heavy-duty industries, is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new product category for the automotive aftermarket industry, the Max Cooling Kit.

The Max Cooling Kit line combines two of the company’s most popular primary products: the water pump and fan clutch, a pairing that optimizes functionality and efficiency. This kit was designed for vehicles where the fan clutch is mounted to the water pump and operates on the water pump shaft. With more than 100 SKUs covering 54 million vehicles, the Max Cooling Kit bridges that elusive sales gap many stores experience between water pumps and their corresponding fan clutches.

Reinstalling a worn fan clutch on a new water pump can damage and destroy the new water pump, and vice-versa. The interconnected nature of these two components are often overlooked during the replacement process, but the Max Cooling Kit allows stores, mechanics and DIY consumers the opportunity to restore the engine cooling power to maximum efficiency in one step. Do the job once, and do the job right with a Max Cooling Kit.

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