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Locating AN hardware

Randy

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Gentlemen,
Locating the correct hardware is one of the jobs I dislike the most so I probably throw up my hands a little sooner than normal :mad:
I am installing adjustable rod ends on one end of the support tube from the leading edge of the horizontal stabilizer to the lower fuselage. I am using 5/8x.035 wall 4130 tube because I have it.

I HAVE AN486-2P 1/4-28 internal thread clevis fork.
I NEED AN490 weldable rod end to fit the 5/8" tube with 1/4-28 male thread

OR - - -

I HAVE AN490 HT10P weldable rod end with 5/16-24 male thread
I NEED AN486 clevis fork with female 5/16-24 threads.

I have searched everywhere on-line tonight and found neither of the above parts. Very frustrating

The first person supplying the correct information wins a free ride in my AcroSport 1 :)

Thank you
 

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