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Posted by: rdauenhauer Dec 22 2010, 02:38 PM

Here's one you dont see often...
Insulated Heater tubes found inside each Long.
Recently learned that they are the same on 914 & early 911
Usually destroyed in process of repair of this area.
Get them while they last !! biggrin.gif $35 + ship

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Posted by: rdauenhauer Nov 30 2011, 11:40 PM

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Posted by: tod914 Dec 1 2011, 08:57 AM

Rich, just out of curiosity, what are they made out of?

Posted by: rdauenhauer Dec 1 2011, 03:09 PM

the same foil backed paper tubing that you see in the cabin for fresh air but its actually a smaller tube inside the tube seen w/fiberglass insulation between them, then plastic caps glued on each end.

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dupe post sorry

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Posted by: rdauenhauer Oct 6 2016, 04:29 PM

Resurrection...
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Posted by: Dion Oct 6 2016, 04:59 PM

Rich you have a pm.

Posted by: euro911 Oct 7 2016, 12:36 AM

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Thanks for posting the pic, Rich. I need to 'figger' out how to snake the wand from the Eastman's internal frame coating spray past those bulkheads.

I'm not planning to cut my longs open, so hopefully, the two rubber plugs on the inside of each long will allow adequate access unsure.gif

Posted by: rdauenhauer Oct 7 2016, 02:01 PM

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I'm not planning to cut my longs open, so hopefully, the two rubber plugs on the inside of each long will allow adequate access unsure.gif


huh.gif Oh you mean the Tar ovals glued to the recessed holes?
Perhaps ...its tight in there the tube is held in by spring steel clamps of sorts.
Ive tried removing them from one end or the other but as I said their in there tight.
BTW Ive got replacement tar oval plugs for those concourse guys.
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@ Dion back at you.

Posted by: Dion Oct 7 2016, 03:04 PM

Thanks Rich

Posted by: euro911 Oct 7 2016, 03:05 PM

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I'm not planning to cut my longs open, so hopefully, the two rubber plugs on the inside of each long will allow adequate access unsure.gif
huh.gif Oh you mean the Tar ovals glued to the recessed holes?
Perhaps ...its tight in there the tube is held in by spring steel clamps of sorts. ...
Yep. I'll run an inspection camera in there first just to see what sort of path exists.

Are the 'tar-ovals hard to remove?

Posted by: rdauenhauer Oct 7 2016, 03:21 PM

ya after 40 years they tend to crumble to pieces rather that come off intact.

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Posted by: euro911 Jan 23 2018, 01:42 AM

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Rich, the repair part in the bottom of the pic - that's the passenger side long we're looking at, right ?

I may just drill some small holes in the bottom of the curvy section to insert the wand to spray the Eastman internal frame coating idea.gif

Posted by: rdauenhauer Jan 23 2018, 12:18 PM

Mark that is the inside Pass long .5 The OE part. NLA that I am aware.
The equivalent is now only available as two pieces. The straight section that is crap & the repop curved section at the back, that should be a lapped part but isnt available currently with its "top" layer like the OE part.
I posted the pic for someone (you?) who asked about how the tube is attached.

Posted by: rdauenhauer Mar 13 2018, 11:47 AM

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Posted by: Mblizzard Mar 13 2018, 01:42 PM

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Rich, the repair part in the bottom of the pic - that's the passenger side long we're looking at, right ?

I may just drill some small holes in the bottom of the curvy section to insert the wand to spray the Eastman internal frame coating idea.gif


I used the holes that there for the bottom seat belt bolt and the rivet holes used to hold on the threshold plates. I had a vey long plastic straw (like on a WD-40 can) that I was able to adapt to the Eastman can. Could not verify how well it was coated but I did get a lot in!

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