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rancherman

block heater replacement cord

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needed to replace the power cord on a Perkins engine this week, and since I added this block heater myself a couple years ago, I was hoping KATS engine block heaters would offer a replacement cord.

They do!

Kat's 28216

Posted Imageor Kat's 28500

Posted Image Both are about 15 or 16 bucks, but the interesting thing I found with these, is they fit the heaters installed in our Cummins. (just make sure which 'end' you need, round or tri-oval)

They are probably cheaper than what the dealer wants

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And also probably cheaper that what Cummins wants for them too!

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My original Cummins cord went bad. I went down to ORielly's auto parts with the old cord. They had a box of assorted types of cord ends. I matched it up with an after market one for a very inexpensive price. It has been working well this winter and seems to be pretty good quality.

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