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Old 04-09-2014, 11:10 AM
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Does anyone know where to find the SS exhaust flex tubing that See Temp used to sell??
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Old 04-09-2014, 11:33 AM
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Why not use conduit from a home improvement store.. Also, 8 hours in front of the TV and it will be done:-)
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Old 04-09-2014, 12:06 PM
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I need it bendy, to get my exhaust out the airplane from the muffler.. I have to do a weekend all nighter........BTW, Davey, did you do the green streaking on the tripe, over linen, or did you paint it tan first.
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Over Koverall. I meant the bendy kind of conduit. It comes in coils. Aluminum I think. If you were closer I'd give you some as I have skads of it. Used it in a bunch of planes.
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Mick Reeves has it on his website:
http://mickreevesmodels.co.uk/~mickr...ccessories.htm
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See Temp still seems to sell it: http://www.seetemp.com/products.htm

OOPS, SORRY That is flexible aluminum tubing they are carrying, not stainless steel...

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Hey Steve,
Try B&B Specialties.
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Originally Posted by vogel605 View Post
Hey Steve,
Try B&B Specialties.
Barry, thanks..... I think I'm really starting to go now. I had checked their website as well as See Temp's, and couldn't find the tubing. Now, I go back to their websites and both have it, in plain sight. I'm going fast......OLD AGE REALLY SUCKS... Now if J'tec would only ship my muffler!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm going to rest now.....
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I'm with ya....gett'in old ain't for sissies.. Have a good nap.
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Originally Posted by vogel605 View Post
I'm with ya....gett'in old ain't for sissies.. Have a good nap.
BTW, I figured out how you have time to build for other people. You have other people build for you!!??/... Great Plan..

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Yeah, actually had a heavy metal bird framed up....not sure bout them things....whole new ball game...LOL..
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!Steve, why SS and not aluminum, just cause your better than us?
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Originally Posted by cocobear View Post
!Steve, why SS and not aluminum, just cause your better than us?
only the best for my birds..... Actually, I didnt think the aluminum would withstand the temperature..
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Originally Posted by Steve Percifield View Post
Does anyone know where to find the SS exhaust flex tubing that See Temp used to sell??
See Temp still carries flex pipe.. http://www.seetemp.com/products.htm I don't remember them carrying SS, though.

A friend used flex pipe for hooking up gas ranges, but it seemed heavy to me.

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