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Re: MF-65 Gas with no Thermostat

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12-15-2013 10:42:50

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What are you trying to "save" by not running a stat ? Install a 195F and the engine will last longer and burn less fuel.

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12-15-2013 11:20:03

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 Re: MF-65 Gas with no Thermostat in reply to buickanddeere, 12-15-2013 10:42:50  
my mechanic says dont need to use thermostat when we changed leaking hose last year-ran for 1.5hrs plowing this morning & kept stalling. felt rad cap and it was cold as ice.

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Billy Shafer

12-16-2013 08:12:52

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 Re: MF-65 Gas with no Thermostat in reply to Rkh, 12-15-2013 11:20:03  
Maybe he is hoping you will bring the engine to him for repairs. When it craps out.Thermostats are there for a reason.

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12-16-2013 08:31:20

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 Re: MF-65 Gas with no Thermostat in reply to Billy Shafer, 12-16-2013 08:12:52  
My IH454 has no place for a thermostat and the owners manual doesn't mention it anywhere. It's the gas model.

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Stick welding

12-15-2013 12:49:26

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 Re: MF-65 Gas with no Thermostat in reply to Rkh, 12-15-2013 11:20:03  
Your mechanic? I don't think the certificate that comes in the Cracker Jacks box qualifies someone as a mechanic. A thermostat is an important part of an engine that shouldn't be over looked. It lets the engine run at consistent proper temperature.

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