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Unread 08-21-2007, 10:54 PM
dtilman dtilman is offline
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Default Frequently asked installation questions for the PA 28 series

Over the coming weeks, our staff will be posting our customer's model specific installation questions as well as our answers and guidance from our notes. Eventually, this will create a searchable knowlege base that may be of help to people in similar situations.

Feel free to post your situation and what you did to overcome it. We'll chime in if we have something to add or if we know that your solution might not work with another known configuration.

8 years, 3000 plus exhaust installations and we still run into new "challenges"
Darren Tilman
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Power Flow Systems, Inc.
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Unread 07-09-2008, 10:23 AM
avyator avyator is offline
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Default Carb Heat SCAT hose

I just installed our PFS on our 1971 Cherokee 140. The installation was very straightforward and following the instrucitons, the installation went according to plan. My question is about the carb heat SCAT hose. Our instllation looks identical to the pictures posted in the installation forum except we cannot figure out how to keep the carb heat from laying on the lower cowling. We need to address this because if the condition is left unchecked it will wear a hole in the hose and eventually wear a hole in the cowling. I have been trying to figure out someplace to hang a bracked to clamp the hose but this hose doesn't run close to anything I can clamp to. I tried twisting the hose at the carb heat inlet to load the hose up off the cowl and it helped but it still contacts the cowl.

Any ideas?
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