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streamline wires for sale

jamiki

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hey All,
I am offering for sale
new russian type 6mm (pin and thread too) streamline wires for tailpost.
long:cca 30"-50" Several sizes
50 USD/pcs
350- / 8 pcs
+ shipping cost
see photos...
these is not stainless, maybe cadmium coated russian chromoly...
extreme strength!
Please message me for photos and any additional info.
thx
jamiki

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wally

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I am interested. I will get the lengths I need and post tomorrow. I need 4 tail wires for a Pitts S-1.

Wally
 

Jerry

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Miki

Are these the ones you used on your radial Skybolt?

Jerry
 

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There appears to be a lot of round rod between the streamline and the threads? Are threads cut or rolled?
 

jamiki

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the round part of the rod is cca 2"-4"+thread, and threads are cutted.
if you need anything, I can measure it precisely or send more photos.

There appears to be a lot of round rod between the streamline and the threads? Are threads cut or rolled?
 

Lotahp1

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I love your Radial Skybolt. Well done! What were there's wire originally for?
 

Lotahp1

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Sorry. Auto correct on my phone...what were those wires originally for?
 

jamiki

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THANK YOU ON BEHALF OF THE SKYBOLT :)

this is a PZL product.
for PZL,YAK, AN2,etc tailpost wires and drag/anti drag wires in wings.
for example AN2 wing: the wing from the inside out 9mm,6mm,5mm streamline drag/antidrag wires.
yak18 tailpost maybe 6mm or 7mm.
It is not type-specific, but standard strength, and are used in many Russian systems safely.
I have many new Russian aircraft parts.
mainly radial engine components, and gauges, senders,etc.
I got to know Jerry, and he said to post here.
If I have time, I'll make more for sale.
I'm sorry if you do not understand, I do not speak English well
I hope you can understand the point. :)
my bipe on facebook: skybolt radial
https://www.facebook.com/skyboltradial?ref=hl
 

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You speak English better than some Americans I know. Don't worry you get your point across just fine.
 

lowryaviation

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How about other lengths? Is there a Russian supplier still manufacturing that's a better cost than the stainless ?


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jamiki

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Between 30-50" it varies by 2".
I have nearly any size.
No these are new old stock stuffs.
 

Larry Lyons

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After following the thread on cutting threads I am thinking these with threads cut closer to the profile might work for Mrs Smith. I have to measure what I need.

L
 

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