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Anyone know if this block heater fits my New Holland

Looking for block heater. Found this one. dealer wants >$100:
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Did the dealer give you a part #?

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Nah, closed on sat/sun. I thought someone might recognize it as one that fits NH backhoe.
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Looks like it, thats a good deal I like 2 with one cord. See if you can see what size freez plugs that they are for, should be 1 5/8 IIRC. Should be pretty close to universal. Looks just like whats in my Deeres and 6.5 GMs

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Duke, NH's online parts catalog shows it needing part #710206034. Google "New Holland parts online" to go to the catalog I went to.


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