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Christen Inverted Oil System Parts--Mostly New

hosspowerinc

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*These are all certified parts!*

I have several Christen inverted oil parts available. First I have a new 803 slobber pot with light shipping damage that does not affect the performance. The brown on the paint is just tape residue that will come off. The breather fitting is slightly pushed in and could be easily pulled back out. These retail for $469 each and Id like $300.

I have about 18 of the 804-S sump fittings, all new, that retail for $310 and Id like $150 each. The Lycoming number for these is LW-14035. The other two sump fittings are quite easy to make as this is the only specialty fitting.

I have lots of pictures of the tank so PM if you want more.



 
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Dennis Flamini

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How about $250 for pot and 804-S ?
Dennis in Chicago
 

Dennis Flamini

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Hoss,
How about a photo of pot you have left? Condition?
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