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    Bx2370 missing bolt?

    You're welcome. I would have taken it out to size it but I don't have any idea what it does and didn't want to create a problem for myself.
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    Bx2370 missing bolt?

    I don't know the size but any dealer should be able to ID it from an ipl .
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    Bx2370 missing bolt?

    My 2370 has a bolt there, what do you need to know?
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    I might fabricate one. One piece of copper pipe, three valves, two T's and four barb fittings.
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    Good option, thank you!
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    Thanks for the ideas. Something like this little beauty would work.
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    What was the purpose for installing valves if the system had to have flow at all times?
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    The only issue is, I wouldn't be able to shut the heat off to the cab so the hoses would have to be disconnected in the Spring as you pointed out. I could install shut off valves in order to retain the fluid to the heater. Thanks for your input, much appreciated.
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    This is my thermostat housing. I think I can use the water pump and thermostat connections as you did DR.
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    DR; Thanks for taking the time and making the effort to post the pictures. The hose at the thermostat housing is what I had planned to use but I'll have to look at the lower hose below the thermostat housing , not sure what I have but I'll take a look and report back. I have some trees to deal...
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    Doesn't the lower hose contain coolant running from the rad to the engine?
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    I would need a drill and tap for 1/2"NPT .
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    The fitting is for the coolant leaving the radiator through the lower hose, I can tie in directly to the engine with the other.
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    I may have found one a little larger that might work. Y-Fitting 1 1/4" Radiator Hose to 5/8" Heater Hose - Universal Parts Inc. | High Performance Automotive Cooling | Humboldt, IA
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    barbed fitting for cab heater BX2370

    The inside diameter of the rad hose is 1 1/8 inches so I need a barbed T from 1 1/8 rad hose to 5/8 inch for the heater hose. Any idea on where I might get it?
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    Best rope for bringing trees down

    You might want a rope with elasticity so his body isn't shocked by a fall over the edge. Bull ropes for rigging have more static properties so they don't stretch as much. 1/2 inch climbing rope is what I would use with abrasion protection if needed.
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    Best rope for bringing trees down

    I would buy a 5/8 stable braid rope. A rope will prompt the tree over but it won't steer it, you need good wood in the hinge and a proper gun in the face.
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    BX1880 Block Heater

    Why did you choose to put your block heater in the sealing cap and not the frost plug? How long have you had it installed and how often do you use it? Thanks. Kevin.
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    L2201 water temp sensor

    How far does the sensor protrude through the brass fitting, is it submerged in the water? Could there be air trapped in there?