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Posted 11/16/2012 11:14 (#2700412)
Subject: Detroit water heater


I have a 60 Detroit engine that the water jacket heater has failed. I can see the heater from either side, it is on the front of the engine, but getting at it to replace it seems impossible without major part removal. A pan heater like this seems to be a way easier path.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wolverine-Engine-Heater-Oil-Pan-Tank-Heater...

The heat from the oil should go up in the engine, right? I know a 1500 watt water heater would produce more heat, faster. But with 12 hour plug in, this should be adequate.

Aluminum pan so the magnetic doesn't work too good.
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