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Acro 2 Engine Mount For Sale

smizo

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So its come to be that my airplane is going to turn out way too nose heavy with the plans built engine mount. im not a big enough guy to offset the engine im using and i have alot of light weight components in the tail. so im going to build a new shorter one. engine mount has been primed with rattle can primer to keep the rust down, ready for sandblast and paint. im listing mine here to see if any of you acro 2 builders are in search for a "big boy engine mount" stock, plans built 14" length, built by an A&P and FAA certified welder. $850 neg. buyer pays shipping.......

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Its a dynofocal mount for an IO-360 or O-360. would also work for a dynofocal mount O or IO-320 i believe, Neil would know for sure. the dynofocal ring is a type 1, built from aircraft spruce p/n 33521.
 

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Mount should work with any Lycoming 4 cyl that requires a Type 1 dynofocal mount. The 6 cyl Type 1 has a slightly different angle and the isolators fit the lugs on the engine rather than the cups on the ring.
 
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