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Re: REFLECTOR: RE: Aileron control torque bearing
From: J42AL@aol.com <J42AL@aol.com>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, March 26, 1999 6:36 PM
Subject: REFLECTOR: RE: Aileron control torque bearing
Would love to have a set. Are these like the one's described by
9627 Spring Loop Drive
Germantown, TN 38139
>As you know there was an incidence in the past, where the forward aileron
>control torque bearing came loose. The factory has recommended replacement
>original flat head screws with round head screws.
>I have created machined, aluminum (0.115") thick cover washers for both
>and rear aileron control torque bearings that cover the entire front of the
>bearings. It does sandwich the bearings between my washers and the mounting
>brackets over the entire flange surface of the bearing. They fit the
>threaded mounting holes. you would be able to use the original screw type (
>flat head on rear) and factory recommended (round head on forward).
>For those of you who are interested I can fabricate a set for you. Cost:
>$26.00 per set.
>Direct any inquiries directly to me.
>XL RG (to be soon N203SM)