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MF 50 thermostat

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05-11-2018 04:02:18

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160 or 180 ?


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05-13-2018 07:49:06

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 Re: MF 50 thermostat in reply to steve19438, 05-11-2018 04:02:18  
If you work a gasser hard it will run hotter than 160 compared to a diesel, at least that has been my experience.

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05-13-2018 01:31:34

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 Re: MF 50 thermostat in reply to steve19438, 05-11-2018 04:02:18  
Gas use a 160, diesels use a 180

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05-12-2018 21:02:19

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 Re: MF 50 thermostat in reply to steve19438, 05-11-2018 04:02:18  
I would use the hottest you can, so the 180.

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05-13-2018 04:36:50

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 Re: MF 50 thermostat in reply to David G, 05-12-2018 21:02:19  
curious. why is that ?

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05-11-2018 05:41:41

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 Re: MF 50 thermostat in reply to steve19438, 05-11-2018 04:02:18  
I think 160 came from factory. That's what I use. I always drill a small hole on side of thermostat. Some come with hole.

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