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Skybolt Engine Mount

Chuck

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Stock length, was used with IO-360 A1A. Excellent welds and condition.



$450 or trade for 540 mount in similar condition IMG_0297.jpgIMG_1510008473.913705.jpg

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Could you please post a pic of how the weldments are positioned in the fuselage. Interested.
Jeff
 

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Sure. Do you mean pictures from the front of the firewall? I am out of town at the moment and will take the pictures this weekend.
 

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There were two ways to put the upper weldments in behind the firewall. Just want to make sure they were built the same way. Thanks Jeff
 

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Pics of the fuselage portion of the engine mounting. First two are the lower left attachment, the third is the upper right and the fourth is the upper left.

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Sale pending
 

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