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Fresh air heater dimensions; For repairs
Topic Started: Jun 27 2017, 02:46 PM (280 Views)
Forerunner343117
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I have a fresh air heater that has sheet metal damage that is pretty bad. The damage is localized to the intake of the heater. The bottom of the intake that has all the angled pieces is gone. I would appreciate it if some has the dimensions that could relay them to me so i can refabricate the liwer section of the intake. I currently cant find any dimensions for it and i would like to save this heater. Thanks in advance to anyone who can get the dimensions for me. :)
Early 1961 CJ-3B "Beta"
Dana 27 front/44 rear/5.38 ratio/M38a1 F-134/T90-A/D18
Frame up restoration in progress

1964 CJ-5/3A "Mutt"
Dana 27 front/44 rear/F-134/T90/D18
Militarized

2013 Grand Cherokee Trailhawk (daily driver)
5.7L V8 Hemi

Previous jeeps:
2007 Wrangler JK Unlimited Sahara
1995 Grand Cherokee Laredo
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oldtime
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Can you show pic of what you have or need ?

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Parker29
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I have pics on the last page of the cj3b projects page of the fresh air heater I had taken apart to clean up back in 2011. It may help.
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Ryan Miller
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I have a late style fresh air heater for my jeep out and can take measurements if you can post a photo of what part you need.
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