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Cab heater on WD

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Gene IA

01-14-2008 08:27:49




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Hi, we are putting a cab on a WD and wondering where to hook the heater hoses to the tractor. Anyone had any experience doing this? Should the hot side be just before the thermostat somehow and the return be just as the water goes into the radiator? Thanks for your help. Gene




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phil in se mn

01-15-2008 13:39:04




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 Re: Cab heater on WD in reply to Gene IA, 01-14-2008 08:27:49  
I have a cab i took of a wd didnt have a heater but they had side sheilds to bring engine heat back when snow blowing it got hot in the cab
Phil



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tim[in]

01-14-2008 18:42:08




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 Re: Cab heater on WD in reply to Gene IA, 01-14-2008 08:27:49  
Are you making a cab for your wd or adapting one for it? Lets us know how it works out and maybe some pics. Boy there has been a few times i would have give a hundred dollars for one!! Good luck!



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Gene IA

01-14-2008 15:04:05




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 Re: Cab heater on WD in reply to Gene IA, 01-14-2008 08:27:49  
Thanks to both of you fellows for your answers and I"m anxious to see if the water pump has a plug. Either way we"ll get it hooked up thanks to you both. Gene



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old

01-14-2008 10:57:42




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 Re: Cab heater on WD in reply to Gene IA, 01-14-2008 08:27:49  
On some of them theres a pipe plug in the water pump thats not used. If your has that you can hook up there and then have the return go to the block drain plug. Should work well doing it that way



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JMS/MN

01-14-2008 09:41:39




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 Re: Cab heater on WD in reply to Gene IA, 01-14-2008 08:27:49  
I've seen external tank heaters mounted on the left side, bottom hose goes to the engine drain plug, top hose gets attached to a nipple brazed onto the thermostat cover. I would think that those two spots could be used for a cab heater as well. Hot water should be coming up through the thermostat.



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