RAF Cabin Heater

r.coplen

Senior Member
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Seattle Washington
Aircraft
AAI Modified RAF 200, SparrowHawk
Total Flight Time
100
I am looking for a RAF 2000 Cabin Heater.  We have been doing a lot of training in Seattle and it is getting really cold in the cabin when its 35 degrees and likely raining outside.  (Like for the next four months) I bought the aircraft from Mr. Smuz in Florida and I guess he really didn't need a heater there.<br><br>Randy Coplen
 

Gary_in_Orygun

Ex-RAF 2000 Driver
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Hillsboro, Oregon
Re: RAF Cabin Heater

Go to NAPA aircraft supply company and ask for a 90 Dodge Dakota heater.   (It was $35 a couple years ago.)  That is what I did after I drilled a hole through the one that RAF sent with my kit.  When I called them they told me that is what they use.  Fit right in the fiberglass panel that came with my kit.
 

r.coplen

Senior Member
Joined
Oct 30, 2003
Messages
327
Location
Seattle Washington
Aircraft
AAI Modified RAF 200, SparrowHawk
Total Flight Time
100
Re: RAF Cabin Heater

I picked up a RAF Heater from Dan Regon, the AAI Dealer in Cinncinati.
 
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