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Thermostat & Gasket for 172 Diesel

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profitt

09-12-2017 18:00:30




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I am having trouble locating a 180 degree thermostat and gasket for my 1958 172 diesel. The original part numbers are: EBE-8575-B & EAF-8255-A respectively. I found what I think is a cress reference for the thermostat, STANT #13358 available at Amazon for $5.96 (link below if I did that right). Several outlets have a gasket but no 180 degree thermostats. I hate to pay for shipping twice. Does anyone know if that STANT number is right and/or have a cross reference for the gasket?

Opinions on the correct operating temperature for this engine are also welcome.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000C84786/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1

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profitt

09-13-2017 15:53:05




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 Re: Thermostat & Gasket for 172 Diesel in reply to profitt, 09-12-2017 18:00:30  
Gates.com has a cross reference on their website. Searching for EBE8575B resulted in Gates part numbers: #33008 & #33008S. Booth available at Amazon with prime shipping rates. So now I have 3 thermostat options and no gasket option that doesn't come with $7 shipping for an $0.85 part!

Guess I'll pick a thermostat and make the gasket as suggested. It'll be several weeks before I can get back to this. I'll post my success/failure as time permits.

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WayneIA

09-13-2017 11:26:36




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 Re: Thermostat & Gasket for 172 Diesel in reply to profitt, 09-12-2017 18:00:30  
Take that thermostat with you for size, to your local NAPA dealer. I don't think that thermostat is unique to Ford only.



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Sean in PA

09-13-2017 04:02:39




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 Re: Thermostat & Gasket for 172 Diesel in reply to profitt, 09-12-2017 18:00:30  
Parts site shows the 180 degree thermostat for the 801 series diesel or kerosene engine as C4NN8575A, but that one's no easier to find at a reasonable price or a cross reference for. They appear to be available through CNH, but Messicks and partspring both want a little over $50.00 for one.



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agjim

09-13-2017 02:40:53




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 Re: Thermostat & Gasket for 172 Diesel in reply to profitt, 09-12-2017 18:00:30  
TISCO offers the gasket. email me your mailing address and I will send you one.



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Ultradog MN

09-12-2017 18:11:59




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 Re: Thermostat & Gasket for 172 Diesel in reply to profitt, 09-12-2017 18:00:30  
Can't help you much...
It's pretty easy to just make a simple gasket like that with a piece of cereal box and a pair of scissors.
If you want to go first class buy a roll of gasket material from Napa, etc.
As to the operating temp of that engine, I think 180 is pretty cold. Something in the 190s would be preferred.
Those diesels came from the factory with a two bladed fan instead of the 3 blade on the gassers.
I think Ford wanted them to run warm.

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Vito

09-13-2017 15:20:57




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 Re: Thermostat & Gasket for 172 Diesel in reply to Ultradog MN, 09-12-2017 18:11:59  
Jerry,

They are cold blooded engines. Mine never gets over 160. Don't remember what the thermostat is for degree rating. I do know it is the correct one though.

Vito



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