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    Question 737NG Eyeball Vent Locations?

    Hi all,

    Quick question. I'd like to add the 737NG eyeball swivel air vents to my cockpit, but I can't for the life of me see where they're located in any photos I've checked. I know they're there somewhere, but does anyone know where they are??

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    Re: 737NG Eyeball Vent Locations?

    Hi, have a look at this pic of Pim Abrahamsen's MIP, the two swivel vents are clearly visible on the 45 degree slanting panel on the bottom edge of the MIP,

    Hope that helps.

    http://members.casema.nl/h.j.ftimmer...C/Seite12.html

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    Re: 737NG Eyeball Vent Locations?

    Thanks!

    It's interesting .. in 99% of 737NG flight deck shots on JetPhotos, that precise area of the MIP on both sides is obscured by the yokes.

    Thanks again!
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    Re: 737NG Eyeball Vent Locations?

    Glad to be of some help.

    What are you using for the vents? guess they are not essential , .. but still cool to have on ones panel .... so now I want them too

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    Re: 737NG Eyeball Vent Locations?

    I'll be using some version of the Steinair vents offered at:

    http://www.aircraftspruce.com/menus/...s_eyeball.html
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    Re: 737NG Eyeball Vent Locations?

    Hey Chris,
    Hope this helps!
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    Re: 737NG Eyeball Vent Locations?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisKLAS View Post
    I'll be using some version of the Steinair vents offered at:

    http://www.aircraftspruce.com/menus/...s_eyeball.html

    Hi Chris,
    It may be a lot cheaper (and more fun) to make them yourself. See this thread by Hessel Oosten (http://www.cockpitbuilders.com/commu...sg1744#msg1744) for some pics.
    If you want I can be of help with some drawings Hessel sent me.

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