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    Default GX345 cab heater

    I just purchased a Curtis cab for my GX345 and was wondering what is the best way to heat it. From what I can tell my choices are hot water with an electric fan, straight electic, or some sort of propane self contained system. Any thoughts?
    2010 Kubota B26 TLB w/hyd thumb. 2004 John Deere X595 w/62" MMM.

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    Default Re: GX345 cab heater

    If your rig is water cooled, go that route for the heater. If air cooled, and your alternator can handle the extra load, go electric.
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    Default Re: GX345 cab heater

    Should be a water cooled Kawi motor, so a heater core would be best. Just verify the alternator charging circuit can handle the blower motor and lights if used.

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