Thanks for the additional info on the 300. I have one more question. My neighbor wants to put some type of heater on the tractor for better winter starts. Tractor only has a 6 volt system & turns over very slowly any time of year but still manages to start but not very well in the cold weather. Only thing I have found that could work well would be a lower radiator hose heater. I don't see a plug for a block heater & tank heaters work great but he would like to keep it simple. Haven't heard anything good about magnetic heaters. Also the lower radiator tube/hose on his 300 is metal w/a short rubber hose which isn't long enough to install a heater on it meaning part of the metal tube would have to be cut off to fit the heater. I guess the tube could be removed & replaced w/a rubber hose. I haven't looked to see how the tube is connected to the radiator though. What do you guys think.
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