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BBeakley

Replacement Heater Ducting

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BBeakley

For some reason the installers of our heater made the flex air ducts from the heater to the vent the absolute minimum length possible. After a few double ups or a ride across our usually bumpy lake, one or more of them usually comes undone from either the heater or vent connection location. First time it happened I panicked when it touched my foot and slammed my knee into the dash (thought it was a critter). Anyway, now it's just annoying and I'd like to replace them with some slightly longer ducts. Anyone know where you can find this ducting besides the dealer? I looked at home depot and didn't locate any.

BTW, they were tie-wrapped on both ends but still managed to slip off, unfortunately there are no flares on the end of the heater and vent connections to help hold them in place.

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D-GOOSE

Napa, Carquest or Graingers. It's the same tubing that is used in VW bugs.

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ibelieve

Call Dan at Heatercraft.com (208) 687-4400

/Steve

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bigD

I picked some up from the local hardware store in spring 05.

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