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Tractor Talk Discussion Forum

tractor cab heater motor

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Merle Brendeland

04-01-2013 17:05:57




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I have a Cozy Cab aftermarket cab which includes a wall mount heater with coolant in and out of the box. Rectanglular box with blade fan heater and around 4" depth. The motor needs replacement. No manufacturer name on motor. Have been to auto parts stores and no matching size.

Anyone have ideas where I could get a replacement motor?

Thanks




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oldtanker

04-01-2013 22:35:33




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 Re: tractor cab heater motor in reply to Merle Brendeland, 04-01-2013 17:05:57  
Expensive! I looked for and found one through NAPA a couple of years ago. Talk about sticker shock! I solved that problem with a computer cooling fan. Largest size. They run on 12 volt! Cheap too!. Easy mod! I used zip ties to put it on the box heater and just wired it in. Worked good.

Rick



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ben there

04-01-2013 20:24:18




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 Re: tractor cab heater motor in reply to Merle Brendeland, 04-01-2013 17:05:57  
Check with Grainger.com



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Hobo,NC

04-01-2013 18:24:37




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 Re: tractor cab heater motor in reply to dblair, 04-01-2013 17:05:57  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

http://www.apairinc.com/iView.asp?Cat=Blower%20Motors&Scat=Blower%20Assemblies%20-%20Ag%20-%20Offroad



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DoubleR

04-01-2013 18:02:51




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 Re: tractor cab heater motor in reply to Merle Brendeland, 04-01-2013 17:05:57  
Is Cozy Cab still in business? If so, maybe they have one. I brought one from Curtis Cab a few years back for my after market Curtis Cab. Maybe there's will work in your cab. Although they are not very cordial people to deal with.



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JMS/.MN

04-01-2013 22:20:59




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 Re: tractor cab heater motor in reply to DoubleR, 04-01-2013 18:02:51  
Cozy Cab is still in business.......Litchfield, MN. 1-320-693-3221. A division of Custom Products. 14 miles away from me- good luck on your search.



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notjustair

04-01-2013 17:29:12




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 Re: tractor cab heater motor in reply to Merle Brendeland, 04-01-2013 17:05:57  
My first thought is that it likely is the same size they use in the hurri-heaters in school buses. You should try schoolbuspartsco dot com. In fact, I have motors out in the shed from them. Is it a two speed fan?



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Bob

04-01-2013 17:19:02




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 Re: tractor cab heater motor in reply to Merle Brendeland, 04-01-2013 17:05:57  
Auto parts store COULD have helped you if they dug out their old paper catalogs of heating and cooling products for older autos and/or Ag/Industrial/Off-road/Heavy trucks.

If you can"t get them to look, post back with picture and/or dimensions and shaft diameter and length. I"ve got the catalogs, if needed.



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