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    Hino 175 Manifold heat exchanger Cores-gctid342176

    Hi,

    Can anyone tell me if these some secret to getting the heat exchanger core out of the Hino 175hp manifold or is it a matter of flogging it with a rubber mallet and hope you don't wreck it????

    Need some help on this, getting frustrated with it?

    Regards,

    Allen

    #2
    Hi Allen

    If they are the same as my 310 hinos, I just pull of the end caps, remove the two orings and push them out. From memory the first time I did them I think one was tight and I used a hammer and a block of wood to get it moving.

    Cheers.Jim

    Gold coast.

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      #3
      Hi Jim, Gold Coast Qld???? If so I recon I've seen your boat down Tipplers way. Anyway, probably the same, I've removed the ends and O rings and given it a hit with a rubber mallett and it won't move and I don't want to wreck it as another is looking like a grand to buy. Guess I was just trying to make sure there's no hidden bolts or pins somewhere to stop it moving, I guess it's belt it and see.

      Regards,

      Allen

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        #4
        Hammer and block of wood worked better than rubber mallet for me.
        Two C's 1990 3888 MY, 175 Hinos, Hurth 630 Trannys
        Past Commodore Emerald Rose Yacht Club
        Member International Order of the Blue Gavel
        MMSI: 338030604

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          #5
          With ends knocked loose and o-rings removed mine slid right out.
          1989 3888
          Nobody gets out alive.

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            #6
            If you do ruin it getting it out, I have a spare I would like to sell. I took

            it on a Looper trip and never needed it.

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