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Thread: M939 Series Arctic Personnel Heater Installation Questions

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    You will love the fuel burning heater. I had one in my 925A2 and 923A2, and it was great not having to wait on the engine to warm up to have heat. It would get so hot in fact that the windshield would be steaming when running it on defrost and I would have to roll the window down because the cab would get so hot. I have one sitting in the garage right now waiting to be installed in a M756A2 Pipeline Truck.

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    Whoa, a message from the Gods! Excellence. Now it needs to happen.

    Noted, thanks. Plan to move the hot water heater to under the pass seat (shorten the core box). Use the fuel fired for initial, and hot water as maintain. Window is thermostat as you mentioned.
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