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randyr12 03-27-2014 12:50 PM

Marine flexible heating duct
 
Does anyone know where to get replacement black flexible heating ducting for my heater?? I tried to order from boatheaters.com and I never got my order and no one will return my calls. BTW I have a 2011 Supra 22ssv with the factory heater.

Thanks!!

blackstang 03-27-2014 12:55 PM

I would try Heater Craft. They are located in Rathdrum Idaho and have a decent website to order from.

soonerbilly 03-27-2014 7:33 PM

Bakes carries the extendable tube with hose.

soonerbilly 03-27-2014 7:36 PM

http://www.bakesonline.com/detail.aspx?ID=1390 hose

http://www.bakesonline.com/detail.aspx?ID=1058 extender tube

Boonejeepin 03-27-2014 8:02 PM

I already have the hot tubes and I have a torn hose. Is it possible to replace just the hose portion of the hot tube?

shawndoggy 03-27-2014 8:10 PM

yes, you can replace just the hose. You need to open up the hot tube enclosure, probably.

You can also get the 3" flexy hose from west marine.

Pad1Tai 03-27-2014 8:14 PM

Unless you're an OEM kinda guy....

O'reilly's Auto Parts..... Fresh Air Hose..

They have it in longer lengths..

http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/de...fresh+air+hose

PotatoShack 03-28-2014 4:23 AM

Look at the RV section of walmart. I used those sanitation hoses and they are way stronger the OEM and cheaper

shawndoggy 03-28-2014 5:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PotatoShack (Post 1870522)
Look at the RV section of walmart. I used those sanitation hoses and they are way stronger the OEM and cheaper

you need a heat gun for these though to coax them into service for heater duty. They are ever-so-slightly smaller than the flexy stuff you get from heatercraft.

getssum 03-28-2014 4:48 PM

I agree on the RV pooper hoses, way more durable. Get yourself some of the BIG Tie wraps to clamp them onto your ducts.

I would never put the standard hoses in again, they're just too fragile.


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