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1031D

12-13-2009 12:29:33




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A buddy wants to put a block heater in his late model 1030. I have one also, but he does not have a 3/8" plug for it, but a 1/2" plug, and it's original orange paint. The book shows a 1/2" plug on an early model, but his is a 1968 like mine, original engine too. Is this plug where his goes?




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1031D

12-13-2009 15:28:37




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 Re: 1030 block heater in reply to 1031D, 12-13-2009 12:29:33  
You could not give me another one of those darn tank heaters, never liked them, never lasted, always leaked! This heater is an OEM pipe plug heater.



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dboll

12-13-2009 17:37:34




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 Re: 1030 block heater in reply to 1031D, 12-13-2009 15:28:37  
you must have hard water ours last for years, I don't have time in 0 or below temps for those mickey mouse heaters like you are putting in to work.



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dboll

12-13-2009 14:32:28




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 Re: 1030 block heater in reply to 1031D, 12-13-2009 12:29:33  
if using a tank heater throw the instruction sheet in the garbage, take the cold water out of the top of the engine (water manifold) and push warm water around the sleeves, the opposite of what they tell you to do.



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