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New Complete Under Dash Hydronic Heater Kit
Fits : 50-66 M38,M38-A1

New Complete Under Dash Hydronic Heater Kit
Fits : 50-66 M38,M38-A1

New Complete Under Dash Hydronic Heater Kit

Its everything you need in one package to stay warm!!!

Specifications:
" 6.4H x 9.4W x 9.35D
" Amperage: Low 4.4, Med 5.8, High 8.5
" Maximum estimated BTU/h: 28,000
" 24V DC 3-speed fan
" Air Flow: Low 172 cfm, Med 228 cfm, High 263 cfm
" Hose barb: 5/8
" Weight: 8.1
" 2 year warranty

Looking for additional warmth this winter? This heater is small enough to be mounted just about anywhere and produces an amazing amount of heat for a cold Jeep.

ts also great for early model or custom Jeeps that may have no heaters at all. Originally designed for the marine industry, its easily adapted to your Jeep.

The heat is channeled to where you need it with the supplied 2.5 vent hose. One ducted unit can be used to heat the driver and passenger and the other used as a defroster. The heater unit is finished with a durable powder-coated exterior and stainless steel fasteners for durability.

This heater includes: mounting brackets and hardware, 3-way switch, wiring harness, heater hose fittings, 12 feet of 2.5 vent hose, directional louvers and instructions. Installation requires cutting and custom routing of the heater hoses to the actual heater unit.

Specifications: 24V DC three-speed centrifugal blower, 3.9/5.0/7.7 amperage draw, 172/228/263 CFM, up to 28,00.


Helpful Guides and Illustrations:
Heater Engine Installation Guide

Fits:
50-52 M38
52-66 M38A1

Item # Price
HEATER-24V
$299.99

Availability: In stock

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Questions: Hello, do you have the heater in 12 volts. thks.
Question By: Juan on Oct 4 2013 12:00 AM
Part number is: HEATER
Answer By: Willys Tech on Oct 7 2013 12:00 AM
Questions: I have 51 cj when do you think you will have a heater that will fit a 6 volt system will the 24 volt work in a 6 volt system?
Question By: Tim on Apr 18 2013 12:00 AM
We are working on them now.
Answer By: Willys Tech on Apr 18 2013 12:00 AM