Posted by old on January 02, 2013 at 09:45:57 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: For Old posted by L. B, on January 01, 2013 at 23:13:01:
The location of the freeze plugs and the cylinders etc just do not allow enough room for a block type coolant heater and would you believe I do not know that first hand but Dell has said it many time on here as have one or 2 others. I have never tried to put any type of heater on an N series tractor because I have never used my 8N in winter so do not need it but being a retired truck driver I know the coolant heater is the best way to go and those cause the least amount of problems. Oil pan heaters while type do heat the oil does not help a lot because the oil is in the pan and some have been known to even burn the oil and burned oil is bad news for an engine
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