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ntrenn wrote:Has anybody tried one of those in the bottom boss on the water inlet elbow. It looks like you could drill and tap the boss and just insert the heater.
http://www.amazon.com/Kats-11423-Watt-F ... heater+npt
http://www.amazon.com/Kats-11453-Watt-F ... heater+npt
ntrenn wrote:It's a nice flat and looks to be big enough for 3/8, but not sure about 1/2".
ntrenn wrote: The upper position would be the berries
ntrenn wrote:So the whole thing comes down to how many Hamiltons you want to spend...
ntrenn wrote:Lazydriver - so at least something similar has been done before. I figured I would buy a new inlet elbow and drill and tap before removing the old one. Spare elbow is only about $20 delivered.
I liked the direct shot into the water jacket above the starter hole, but also looked really hard at the lower boss at the hose. It's a nice flat and looks to be big enough for 3/8, but not sure about 1/2". The upper position would be the berries....
I bet your cub starts in any weather for you.....
DickB wrote:... so at as seen in the photo from Lazydriver, where the screwdriver is the place to put the heater?
mrdibs wrote:Sump heaters work ok in airplanes, but they can cause condensation and need to be plugged in all the time to work. I like the block heater idea.
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