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    Annual Preparation

    This month ios my annual. I am preparing a list and box of things to
    send to the person who will be doing the work. In the box, I would
    like to send in an engine hose set which costs $400+ along with other
    things I want replaced.

    Should I hold off on buying the hoses due to "fit" issues, or should I
    just buy the set and have them ready?


    Regards,

    j. merricj






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    Annual Preparation

    >I would like to send in an engine hose set which costs $400+ along with other
    >things I want replaced.
    >
    >Should I hold off on buying the hoses due to "fit" issues, or should I
    >just buy the set and have them ready?

    The hoses have specific part numbers based on the length, bore and end
    fitting size, whether or not there is FireSleeve on it, and on the
    "clocking" of any angled fittings on the ends.

    If you have the correct part numbers (look on the existing hoses for a
    stainless tag with the number and the other TSO information), then there is
    no reason to wait. If your hoses have been re-fitted with new hose in the
    field, and the shop that did them did not have a Certified Repair Station
    and mark the hoses with the proper fire resistant tags, then they aren't
    airworthy to start with. You can look in the Parts Manual for information
    on the correct AeroQuip part numbers, or contact your Hose Shop to see if
    they have a "kit" for your model.

    Lots of good hose shops out there.

    www.sacskyranch.com

    http://www.herberaircraft.com/

    Bob Steward, A&P IA
    Birmingham, AL



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