Moroso 23996 Details
Self Adhesive Style Heating Pads
New and improved lamination process, this is excellent for pre-heating of oil pans, tanks and automatic transmission pans. Pad is secured to unit by self-adhesive attachment. The etched foil design distributes heat evenly. Superior grade silicone outer shell resist oil and dirt. Heats oil from 66°F to 160°F in only 25 minutes. Comes with 36" power cord. Has 400 watts (minimum) of power.
These external heating pads are excellent for pre-heating oil pans, tanks and automatic transmission pans. Available in a hook/spring attachment style or self adhesive design. The superior grade silicone outer shell resists oil and dirt. Installing Self-Adhesive Heating Pads
Moroso Self-Adhesive Heating Pads come in two different sizes, making them convenient to use on dry sump tanks or oil pans to pre-heat oil prior to racing. A few installation tips will insure maximum heat transfer and years of dependable service.
Installing Self-Adhesive Heating Pads
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