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Old 05-14-2005, 03:00 AM   #1
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I have a Yahama 3000 ise and need some flex pipe for the exhaust. Does anyone know where I can get about five feet of it? I am using some copper pipe now but it takes up room to store and can move the exhaust to where I need it. The first time I used it the co2 detector went off and took a hour to clear.(without the copper pipe)
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I have a Yahama 3000 ise and need some flex pipe for the exhaust. Does anyone know where I can get about five feet of it? I am using some copper pipe now but it takes up room to store and can move the exhaust to where I need it. The first time I used it the co2 detector went off and took a hour to clear.(without the copper pipe)
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Old 05-14-2005, 08:51 PM   #3
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....use a piece of electrical tubing split it and a hose clamp....bent? or straight up......geofkaye
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That's a great suggestion kayerivercity. There are several thousand NASCAR race campers that need to put this into use before they kill themselves or their neighbors.
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Perhaps you can use the 'Gentury' non-metallic generator exhaust pipe/muffler. I don't think it flexes, though, just runs the exhaust up over the top of your RV. Camping World used to carry them and still might.
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Old 07-29-2005, 07:12 PM   #6
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Try using an electrical pipe that is the same as Greenfield, it is flexible and it is watertight. You can find this at most hardware stores and home repair places. Just be sure you use the proper clamps etc, when installing.
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The part number will depend on your pipe size. I used 304 stainless from page 176.
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