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Old 08-14-2013
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Default Draining Anti Freeze

This is for the Kubota Generator: I found the easy drain - a petcock on the side of the engine block. I am assuming that there may also be one on the bottom of the radiator. To get to that one it looks like I have to take off the front Wanderlodge Skin Panel to get to it? Is that difficult to do, it looks like just 12 bolts. Is it difficult to realign with other front panels upon reinstall? Especially wanted to be sure that there is a drain there before I start taking it all a part. Thanks
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the radiator for the generator is in the compartment under the drivers window.
The outside compartment.
No need to do anything except open that bay door,and the drain is on the right side of the fan.
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the radiator for the generator is in the compartment under the drivers window.
The outside compartment.
No need to do anything except open that bay door,and the drain is on the right side of the fan.
Thanks I realized that after my 18 year old son said, "Dad are you blind, why don't you just follow the hoses"?
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That's why we all need 18 year old sons. Tell him you used to be just as smart as he is now. FUNNY
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That's why we all need 18 year old sons. Tell him you used to be just as smart as he is now. FUNNY
That and for all the electronic stuff around here. I spent 8 hours trying to hook up a new surround sound system. Could not figure it out. He looked at it for about 3 minutes and it worked fine. I guess in most cases children will all become useful.
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