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JD410c cab heater

Discussion in 'Tractor/Loader/Backhoes' started by da'yoop, Jan 21, 2015.

  1. da'yoop

    da'yoop Well-Known Member

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    fan quit working on the cab heater and it's very expensive to buy from the dealer. Has anyone ever tried some kind of after market heater. I'm talking about the kind that's self contained. It's the coil, motor, switch and housing. I found one at Summit Racing for half the price of the Deere heater. Finding a place to mount it might be a problem.
     
  2. Delmer

    Delmer Senior Member

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    I have the same fan motor/heater that came not working. I freed it up and tried to spray some lithium grease at the bearings, it squealed so bad I was going to take it out (looks like the heater core comes with it) but now it runs quiet so I guess I'll just wait and see how it goes? It shouldn't be too hard to cobble in a 12v motor from a junk heater and keep everything else the same, that's my plan if it ever comes to it.
     
  3. Deon

    Deon Senior Member

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    The heater on my 310D was in bad shape. I purchased one like in this photo from Princess Auto which is were this ad has been copied from.
    My heater compartment is under the seat and half under the floor. With a little modification it fits perfectly there and works with the OEM JD heater controls.
     

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  4. da'yoop

    da'yoop Well-Known Member

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    That one there looks similar to the kind I'm looking at from Summit Racing. It sounds like it should work ok. Mine is located on the right side of the cab and under all of the gauges/lights/controls. Kind of a pita to get at.

    http://static.summitracing.com/global/images/prod/large/SUM-991106.jpg

    This one is $185


    Brand:
    Summit Racing

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    SUM-991106

    Part Type:
    Heaters

    Product Line:
    Summit RacingĀ® Automotive Heaters

    Summit Racing Part Number:
    SUM-991106

    Heater Type:
    Triple front vent

    Heater Material:
    Nylon

    Heater Finish:
    Black

    Heater Depth (in):
    8.625 in.

    Heater Height (in):
    7.000 in.

    Heater Width (in):
    16.000 in.

    Heater Flow (cfm):
    300

    Heater Output (btus):
    40,000

    Fan Speed:
    3-speed

    Uses Engine Coolant for Heat:
    Yes

    Quantity:
    Sold individually.

    Notes:
    Heater units are equipped with 5/8 in. heater core outlets.
     

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  5. Deon

    Deon Senior Member

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    Da'yoop,
    That heater should be perfect. One detail I remember from installing mine is the OEM heater compartment had a filted duct that alowed the heater to drawing air from outside the cab. I had to repair that section and modified it to fit a cheaper automotive air filter that I could purchase from UAP. That is an important feature as it helps a huge amount in preventing your windows from steaming up on the inside.
     
  6. Tinkerer

    Tinkerer Senior Member

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    Mill Supply sells about anything you need for and including cab heaters. https://www.millsupply.com/search.php?k=heaters&e=0&page=1
     
  7. da'yoop

    da'yoop Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the tip. I'll check it out.