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throttle quadrants, Hartwell latches, Control stick handle

oakesje

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Parting out a biplane:
throttle quadrants $150 SOLD, Hartwell latches & trim levers $50 SOLD, Control stick handle NAF 1173-1 with one trigger style switch $75 SOLD, inspection covers $25 SOLD,

toe brake mount-rudder pedal fits acrosport II $10 Still Available - No Bids yet Bids close Oct 21st,

assorted clevis fork and ball bearing type ends $150 SOLD, Christen wobble pump $300 SOLD, aluminium tail lift assist handles and spring $50 SOLD, zulul head set $700 SOLD and more photos available at http://aircraftparts2012.blogspot.com/ ONLY a few Items left at BUY it Now prices.
 
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Lotahp1

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What kind of control stick handle is it? An number on it? Pm me
 

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Hi
theres a photo at http://aircraftparts2012.blogspot.com/
I'm on dial up for internet so no photos by attachment
Let me know if you need more info or a better photo. there is an aluminium sleeve that enables the knob to slip over two different sized tubing.
Sincerely
Jill
 

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Hi - I'm heading to the hangar to see if there's more iinfo on it - looked up "Aircraft Spruce' and it looks like the first Control Stick Grip in their catalogue but will get you details shortly....I had no idea there were so many different styles!
Jill
 

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Hi the control stick grip is a NAF 1173-1 with a trigger style switch and fits over 1" pipe with an adapter that enables it to fit over a 7/8" pipe.
let me know if you need more info.
Cheers
Jill
 

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