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Pitt S1 parts for sale

airbiker

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I've got a pile of stuff that I don't need anymore with the new updates to my Pitts.

Here's the short list:
SOLD Sensenich 76EM8-0-60 prop
Stock S-1S gear. Experimental with axles, brake plates. - $500
SOLD Pitts wheel pants. Well used, but airworthy
Purolator Gascolator - $50
D2 Wobble pump. Working, but might need seals - $250
SOLD Aircraft Spruce "stock" Pitts fuel tank. Actually slightly larger than stock. Never used

Also a couple instruments of varying condition and value. Shipping is not included. I'm in the Dallas - Ft. Worth area.

I've got more details and pictures here.

Thanks,
Ian






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nicko

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Ian,
Do you know what oring that gascolator uses? I have one and can't figure out exactly what oring fits it.
Thanks,

Nick


 

nicko

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Thanks anyway. Good luck with the sale!

 

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Does it leak?How long out has it been of service now?thank youPat
 

airbiker

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Do you mean the wobble pump? It was in service until I started tearing down the Pitts for the rebuild last year. It would sometimes leak a few drops of fuel if the plane sat for a week or two. It should just need a new gasket and handle shaft seal. If I get time, I'll do it myself, but the price will go up :).

Ian


 

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