[T3] Heat tubes

Don Robertson donrob at yachtsales.com
Thu Jul 9 04:53:53 PDT 2015

There are many products available for small aircraft engines that can 
be used.  They are not metal, but are very durable and designed to 
withstand more heat than produced by a type 3.  They last for years 
on aircraft.  If there is an aircraft repair business near you they 
may have some ends of rolls they will sell you for a reasonable 
price.  The hoses on aircraft can be quite long, and I think they buy 
the stuff by the roll, and cut it as they need it.  Take one of your 
old ones along for sizing.

I think I used some hoses that were for a Porsche on my type 3.  They 
were not metal either, but worked perfectly.

At 07:29 AM 09/07/2015, you wrote:
>Not to hijack the subject but what good alternatives are there to 
>replace the hose from the fan housing to the heater boxes without 
>the additional components that are on a stock exhaust? The foil hose 
>is a waste it does not last very long before it rips or gets cracks in it.
>Daniel Du Vall

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