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Soft aluminum tubing for instrument air and vacuum lines, fuel and oil lines, and primer lines. Save 20% off lengths of 50+ ft.
Mfg test reports are available for an additional charge per line item.
*Safety factor of 2.
Used this 5/8 tubing to fabricate a crankcase ventilation tube for a Cessna 150. It worked well.
3003-0 TUBE 5/8" OD X .035" W
This tubing is excellent for making fuel lines when paired with the proper and necessary nut/sleeve combination AN818 and AN819. Ensure you also have the proper flaring tool for 37 degree flares to mate with your AN connectors.
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Correct and prompt
Very easy to work and with happy with quality
It was perfect for the fuel line project.
Outstanding that you give a discount on the purchase of a full coil. Thank you!!!
Awesome. Used it to replace fuel tank line on my J-3. Easy to work with compared to copper tubing
Great company, good prices and super service.
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The 1/8 inch is approximately .009 lbs per ft and the 1/4 inch is approximately .026 lbs per foot.
Per the tech: short answer is yes. It is very similar in terms bend-ability to copper tubing.
Yes, 3003-O can be flared for use with AN fittings.
No, but 5052-0 alum tube is soft and is sold as straight tube. Not as soft as 3003, but can be bent and flared.
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03-40700 is 1/2" x .035" tube. I.D. is approx. .43".
If a maintenance/repair manual of a certified aircraft requires 3003-0 aluminum tube, then this can be used. It, like most raw materials, do not have an FAA approval, but meet material specifications, and this cert can be purchased. If required, the material cert must be ordered with the material, at the time of order.
This is commonly used in experimental brake applications.
The Imperial 470-FH should work great, our part number is 12-01042.
This material is priced and sold by the foot. If you would like 50 feet, enter quantity as 50. If you would like 50 yards, enter quantity as 150.