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MM G1000 Wheatland LPG

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2018 5:46 pm    Post subject: Re: MM G1000 Wheatland LPG Reply to specific post Reply with quote

MinniMan wrote:
(quoted from post at 15:51:09 01/12/18) Hi Loren

The only work on the cab so far was have the heater core repaired. It was leaking but a rad shop was able to solder it. Apparently "IF" you could find one new it was over $700. We checked for a used one but non local. So was lucky to get the old one fixed.

The interior isn't really in too bad a shape considering the work I had to do on the rest of it. Could use some new padding on the lower portions beside the seat and of course a new seat. So I can't help you on a source for cab interior padding.

I still have to do the AC but will wait till spring for that as our weather is running -30C
minniman in regard to your heater core, we used to go scrounging at our local cat dealers used equipment yard and if you have one locally ie Winnipeg, or closer call them and ask if they have a cat grader either a #12 or #14 grader parts machine they are parting out with the heater still in it. we used to put them in the old 50's and 60's ih westcoasters that cassiar asbestos had hauling ore from cassiar b.c. to Whitehorse in the Yukon on the Alaska highway. the ih facrory heaters didn't have enough heat to melt the snow off your boots! we would install a cat grader heater on the floor by the passenger door facing the driver, they have dual multispeed fans on them and when you crank one of them suckers up to high it'll have you stripping down to your calvin kliens in a hurry :lol: in the cab of your white or the g-1000 you could cruise around the farm in your t-shirt and jeans in -40 with the wind blowing!
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