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    320 Skid Block Heater

    Hi All,

    So fresh off my successful block heater install on my 2520 MCUT, a friend has asked for assistance with a BH for his 320 Skid. We searched the available parts for this model and find the following ...

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    This unit is quite different from what I just installed. Is this meant for a coolant line somewhere? We would appreciate any advice.

    Thanks.

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    The part described as an Adapter mounts in the position arrow is pointing to.
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    BTW, is also acts as a heat shield, because of the engine enclosure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyweight View Post
    The part described as an Adapter mounts in the position arrow is pointing to.
    Many thanks to Flyweight for the diagram ! The heater is installed on the 320 Skid. It went pretty straightforward ... No visible leaks after refilling the radiator and running. There are single digit temps expected for the middle of the coming week so it will be put to the test!

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    You wouldn't happen to have a HD utility bucket for that machine?

    I didn't measure the angle or hole spacing off the edge on mine, and am trying to rig up some short forks for lifting logs with while I'm 100 miles away from the machine.
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