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    Default Need carb heat exhaust shroud for PA-11

    The aluminum right side upper half of my exhaust shroud cracked and a piece broke off. I tried JB welding it in place until I could get back home to have it fixed right, but it did not work. I looked in UNIVAR and Aircraft Spruce but no luck figuring out their goofy web pages.

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    Anyone have an old one.
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    Default float pilot

    Try Dawley Aviation in WI , they are great to do business with and veryquick turn around. 800-338-5420. They made me a complete exaust system for a pacer for under a grand . They are a repair station and will need a small piece of your system to repair. I think they saved a bracket on mine, everything else was new. Tom

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    Default Atlee

    I would imagine Atlee's could whip one out.

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    Did you try supercub.org

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    Sure did. Got part of a messed up one, but the Post Office people ran it over a few times. Plus it had been cut too short.
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    Can it be welded/patch? Not sure on the regs.

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    IA says it can be welded. It would have helped to have the piece that fell off. I have been trying to get the JB weld off of it all day. I soaked it in MEK for 24 hours and nothing... Just spent a couple hours with a wire wheel and a rotary scrubby pad. That stuff is really tough. I gotta be careful not to ruin the metal which is softer than the darn JB weld.
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    Re-welded, works better than new.
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