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Pitts S1 Torque Tube Bearing Blocks.

Anthos92

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Chaps,

I have a set of these CNC machined torque tube bearing blocks for a Pitts S1. I had these precision machined last year when I upgraded my S1-S from the old "sloppy metal on metal" style bearing to one with a KP-6 in the end. Built to the specs highlighted in the plans dated 3-16-72, DWG No:1-510. I had to order 5 sets to have the machine shop make them, and this is the last set remaining. These are very high quality made from 6061-T6.

Price is US$110 including shipping.





 

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I will take it.
 

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