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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpy View Post
    Now for my main reason being here, DOES anyone know what the index name and part number for the button on the hydraulic head is? i have only heard it called a button and dont seem to find very accurate searches with that keyword. need to know its correct name of the part.
    try over here to begin...........

    https://cse.google.com/cse?cx=partne...ton&gsc.page=1
    I was here, had a good time.

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    Awesome!
    Exactly what I needed; being a "Newbe" owner of a 1988 AM General M185A3 (with winch) Multi-fuel continental engine, with personnel heater.

    As time goes on I will be Ghosting the Forum to glean as much information as I can, so I can be the better equipped to take good care of my new baby.

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    Looking for the radiator capacity of a 1988 M35A2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta93EJ View Post
    Looking for the radiator capacity of a 1988 M35A2.
    Try the -12 lube order in the deuce TM's.

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    I understand why he was sent to Lube order so that he can learn to use the manuals. I went thru several lube orders and could not find the cooling system capacity. I went to TM9-2320-361-10, Operator manual and found the Multifuel cooling capacity on page 1-19.
    The cooling system capacity is 32 quarts. All the M35 manuals are available on my website. JT
    The older I get, the more I know I don't know, but how I love a Deuce

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    That is absolutely awesome, Sir!! Thank you!!
    God bless,
    Tony


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