8,500 BTU Auxiliary Heater
- Hydronic Heater
- 12V, 2-Speed
- Single Scroll Blower
- Just the right size for small cabs.
- Under Dash Mounting
- Dual front panel with adjustable louvers
- Includes Mounting Bracket
- Low [1.3 Amps]
- High [1.9 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.
Dear Jegs: On the Jegs 80 CFM auxiliary heater does this product come with the two position switch which is shown in the pictures?
I am going to order your heater model #70609. I also need an electronic fan speed control as I can't use the current sucking resistor control you supply. Do you know where I can get one? Also need a windshield defrost kit that fits this heater? Any parts?
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