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Jeff D

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As I was working on the day room cabin trunk, I noticed that I overlooked the connecting duct from the throttle push rod deck housing to the stbd bridge wing supply duct. I also had the position of the duct flange on section 2 of the throttle push rod deck housing wrong, it was too far aft. All the images were updated on the throttle push rod deck housing page, as well as the day room cabin trunk forward view:
http://www.pt103.com/PT_Boat_Components_Throttle_Push_Rod_Deck_Housing.html
http://www.pt103.com/PT_Boat_Components_Day_Room_Cabin_Trunk.html

Of the 103-162 boats that used part of the throttle push rod deck housing as a heater duct, as far as I know only the 139-141 boats (RON 4 Melville training boats) had heaters installed. Please let me know if I'm wrong, thanks.



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Oops, I did it again. I had the grab rails a bit too far inboard. All images have been updated and a temporary aft view added. I also found a litter door drawing with a dimensioned cross section of the rain guard (over the windows) and updated them also.



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