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Cabin air box

jclear31

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Anyone have a CABIN air box for a Cub. I have a later serial# J-3 and am in need of this part to finish my plane. Thanks all of you. jeff
 

deedus

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Browsing throught the brand "W" catalogue, I noticed they have one for about $70. Says FAA/PMA approved part. Am I missing something here. Is the quality that bad that you couldnt use it? Donna
 

longwinglover

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Browsing throught the brand "W" catalogue, part. Am I missing something here. Donna
Yes, it's NOT the same part. That brand "W" part approximates the earlier cabin heat box, not what you are looking for.

John Scott
 

chuck2shaw

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I have a tinny Wag box on my 1940 J-3, it has lasted 4 years, been used about 4 times, success!
Chuck Shaw
 

oldairplanenut

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Atlee Dodge makes a nice stainless one. Just put one on a PA-12. I've got a Univair one on my Cub and it looks just like it, only in stainless.
 
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