Here's the part number for C.D.S clutch from Napa.

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Same goes for a IS0 68 non deterrent oil used for cat pumps. Instead of paying $16-18 in your supply store, get it from HD for $7.99, respectively $8.99.
What a difference, right?


Dumb question here, does HD stand for Home Depot?
 

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I’m in need of this clutch. I’m about to purchase one. For those of you that have already bought one, how did it turn out? Does it work as normal? I just want to make sure I purchase the correct part. Thanks

I can't answer that question without more information. What year and model CDS are you running?
 
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2009 CDS 4.8 w/ salsa. Did that part number work for you?

Yes it did. I brought the old clutch to the parts counter and checked it before I paid for it. It's a 30 minute swap out if you have the right size bolt to drive out the old clutch. Total cake walk.
 
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