This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report (continued from previous day's quote):
Thousands of tubes are flying around on airplanes that may fatigue early due to this excessive uninspected bending, and if they fail and the airplane is able to land, and the airline gets the part number off the ruptured tube and orders another one from Boeing, they’ll be extremely angry when they find out it won’t fit the installation. Also, there are untold numbers of systems that may be impaired by unknown ovality of system tubing that was bent excessively, without inspection or required MRB authorization. Even though we do not inspect for ovality, but should (see item 55), a tube with half the required tube diameter in the bend would be obvious to an inspector, if he ever had the opportunity to inspect this illegal rework. I assume that PSD has notified you of these thousands of illegally reworked tubes on our airplanes due to the size of this problem and the safety aspects of it, but if they have not, please consider this your notification.
The Last Inspector