28,000 BTU Auxiliary Heaters
- Dual 3 in. vents
- Heavy duty injection molded glass-filled nylon
- Long life three-speed motor
- Compact design
- Durable tube/fin core design
- Requires external grounded
- Low [4.9 Amps]
- Med [6.6 Amps]
- High [9.6 Amps]
The Perfect Compact Heater for Hot Rods
JEGS Hot Rod Heaters will keep you warm on those cold days, simply connect plumbing and wiring directly to your cooling system for immediate heat. The blower unit blows fresh air through the heat exchanger, elevating the air temperature, which then exits through the outlet louvers adding strong and consistent heat to any vehicle. You can even use these auxiliary heaters as an economical alternative to replacing a worn-out or hard-to-reach heater core. Heaters are available in a variety of sizes and styles with multiple speeds and adjustable settings. Defroster and Louver/Vent kits are available separately.
Does this unit come with the electrical harness to run from the switch to the unit?
Can this heater be used on a John Deere 1025R tractor (diesel)? I would hook it up to the battery. I have a 40 amp alternator.
I live in northern wi and it gets down to below zero throughout the winter. Can this unit be mounted under the hood and piped into the cab or would there be too much heat loss?
I have an ACU-HEAT 300H heater on my 1999 Moomba Outback wakeboard boat that has gone out and I would like to know if your model 555-70601 heater be used on a boat as a good replacement option? They both look identical. Thank you.
Are there replacement heater cores available for these or do I have to purchase a whole new unit?
Can this heater operate using water rather than coolant for a marine application?
Can you get directional vent covers for this heater?
Can you tell me the weight of the 70601 JEGS heater?
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