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Accessory tensioner and pulleys

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With Lucas, you can be assured of the quality and reliability of the parts that we supply, so you know that you can also rely on our OE quality range of durable components, including accessory tensioners, fan and PK belts, damper pulleys and alternator pulleys. The failure of any of these can cause engine damage and driver inconvenience. It’s best to fit the best – Lucas.

Accessory kits

With Lucas, you can be assured of the quality and reliability of the parts that we supply, so you know that you can also rely on our OE quality range of durable components, including accessory tensioners, fan and PK belts, damper pulleys and alternator pulleys. The failure of any of these can cause engine damage and driver inconvenience. It’s best to fit the best – Lucas.

  • 88% of the Lucas accessory belts in our kits are EPDM quality. They can withstand variable temperatures and misalignments
  • 97 references
  • OE Quality components with reliable life

Tensioners

All Lucas tensioners and idlers are engraved with the Lucas logo, a Lucas part number and a code to guarantee high product quality and easy traceability. Tensioners are a vital component in the reliability of engines and Lucas only supplies the best, OE quality components that will ensure a long, efficient and reliable life. Installation instructions for specific engines are included within the product packaging.

Damper and alternator pulleys

Damper pulleys absorb vibrations generated by the universal joint. The damper pulley acts as a “guide” pulley for accessory belts and as a reinforcement for auxiliary components such as a water pump, power steering pump, alternator or compressor. We recommend the replacement of the damper pulley when you fit a new timing kit and water pump (Superkit).

Overrunning pulleys

A Lucas overrunning pulley is designed to reduce vibration and an extensive range of 120 parts is available, offering exceptional coverage.

 

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