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    Question Oil pan heater

    Anyone any idea where i could get an oil pan heater (not the stick on type but one that screws in the sump) in the uk without having to order from the states? Thanks, Tel

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    No i havent but i will give them a try. Not had much luck with their website in the past, might have to use the phone! Ta. Tel

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    Little tip,get the auto cut out type, or the one on a timer.

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    Try Ken Coleman at E.D.A 01977 516622

    I use one , only available in 110v though. I warm the oil to 155f before firing the motor.
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    crankcase heaters are used in the refrigeration industry in this country , they come in 240vac or 110vac , not 100% sure but i think 24vac are available too. you would have to weld a cigar shaped tube into the sump pan. look for your local refrigeration wholsalers in the yellow page , somebody like HRP or CLIMATE CENTRE or RPW. ade
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