[T3] Heat tubes

Mike Fisher fisherfarms at gmail.com
Thu Jul 9 05:01:25 PDT 2015

I used 18" sections of the orange high temp ducting from
www.aircraftspruce.com   I think it was 58mm diameter?

On Thu, Jul 9, 2015 at 4:53 AM, Don Robertson <donrob at yachtsales.com> wrote:

> 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
>> http://1peter4-10.org
>> http://volkswageninsanity.us
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