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Old 08-15-2016, 02:51 PM   #1
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Ford Lehman 120 Heat Exchanger Removal

What's the easiest way to do so? Also where are the mounting bolts located?
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Mine is held on by hose clamps and the hoses....no challenge whatsoever.
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Greetings,
Mr. k. We have 2 Lehmans. One HE is attached as per Mr. ps's and the other is attached by 2 easily accessible bolts under the HE. Hosing is the same on both.
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Greetings,
Mr. k. We have 2 Lehmans. One HE is attached as per Mr. ps's and the other is attached by 2 easily accessible bolts under the HE. Hosing is the same on both.
Of course I should not give too much advice about Lehman configuration....

It took awhile but finally American Diesel and I figured my boat originally had a 135 but was repowered with a 120 with many parts adapted along the way...

Another year or two and maybe I be as standard as your two....
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mine is like RTF 2 bolts under HE & a couple hose clamps


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