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25 Sep 2019 18:57 #2269 by Matt Gunsch
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I knew I saw that SB, I just could not find it when I went looking for it.

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25 Sep 2019 14:25 #2268 by Dennis Tar
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Ron -Thanks that,s what i was looking.
Dennis

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25 Sep 2019 00:06 #2267 by Ronald Raty
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Look at Forney SB 108. I think that is the only official information.
www.univair.com/content/FOR-SB-108.pdf
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24 Sep 2019 21:44 #2266 by Matt Gunsch
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Mine exits the cowl just forward of the exhaust pipe, I thought I saw a Service bulletin on routing but I can't find it right now.

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22 Sep 2019 09:19 #2265 by Dennis Tar
Breather Tube Routing was created by Dennis Tar
My 415C /C85 did not have the aluminum tubing routing the the crankcase breather to the firewall so I am installing used tubing from Vern Gregory along with
the modified breather tube with the extended copper pipe to hopefully eliminate excessive crankcase breather blow by. Does anyone have a diagram or sketch or picture of the correct installation / routing.
Also, any advice on a good A&P in central NC. ( KSIF) No luck with the names listed in the directory
Thanks
Dennis
Greensboro, NC

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