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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 01-06-2013, 03:18 PM Thread Starter
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Have you done anything to your Prowler you wish you wouldnt have done?

Like it says guys Have you?

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Like it says guys Have you?
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not one thing.

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That's an easy one I made a poor choice in heaters. When I first got my prowler it was the spring after the "Official Blizzard" we had, I decided to get a plow and wanted a heater mainly to keep the windshield clear. After a lot of looking around I got one from Summit Racing. My setup is like the one Arctic Cat sells but cost a lot less and more btu's.

My mistake was I got one that I think was an over kill, I think a smaller one would work just as well and could have been mounted under the dash and I miss the storage under the hood.

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That's an easy one I made a poor choice in heaters. When I first got my prowler it was the spring after the "Official Blizzard" we had, I decided to get a plow and wanted a heater mainly to keep the windshield clear. After a lot of looking around I got one from Summit Racing. My setup is like the one Arctic Cat sells but cost a lot less and more btu's.

My mistake was I got one that I think was an over kill, I think a smaller one would work just as well and could have been mounted under the dash and I miss the storage under the hood.

Summit Racing® Automotive Heaters SUM-991106 - SummitRacing.com
...is the link to Summit the heater you got. Would it not mount hanging from the dash? How many watts does the fan pull on high? Looks like a good unit, especially for the money and a defrost duct kit available.
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mike i was checking out that heater,that is nice for that price,looks like it would run you out.

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That's the one I got, with it's size I was having a problem finding a place inside but I think it would have been better so it would recirculate the warm air instead of cold air under the hood. I mounted it like the one sold by Arctic Cat.
I used this kit for the defroster due to the size, the heater has 3" outlets and these are 3" the one that says defroster kit is 2.5"
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I do have one thing,I wish I had bought a fold down type windshield.like TBirds the one i have now is two piece.

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mike i was checking out that heater,that is nice for that price,looks like it would run you out.
It was on sale when I bought it, paid less than what it shows now.

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That's the one I got, with it's size I was having a problem finding a place inside but I think it would have been better so it would recirculate the warm air instead of cold air under the hood. I mounted it like the one sold by Arctic Cat.
I used this kit for the defroster due to the size, the heater has 3" outlets and these are 3" the one that says defroster kit is 2.5"
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Definitely want to recirculate inside air. Would this not hang down under the dash?
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