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Parts Needed 1948 C170

Postby Kyle » Wed Jun 16, 2021 3:09 pm

Looking for the following parts for a 48 170 we have in the shop.
Any hints, availability, and pricing if you have one would be greatly appreciated.
From the 48 IPC...

Fig. 20
(20-55) Left elevator bellcrank, p/n 0510142
(20-56) Right elevator bellcrank, p/n 0510142-1
(20-67) Aft most bulkhead at t/w bracket, p/n 0512108-3
(20-71) Rudder hinge bushing, p/n 0431119
(20-72) Tailwheel bracket, p/n 0512125

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Fig 11
(11-20) Vertical stabilizer mid-hinge upper bracket, p/n 0331119

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Thank you,
Kyle Takakjian
Stick'N Rudder Aero Maintenance, Chatham, MA
vf51@comcast.net

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Re: Parts Needed 1948 C170

Postby Bruce Fenstermacher » Wed Jun 16, 2021 4:18 pm

On the tailwheel bracket. The part you specified is the original steel mount. These are available from Univair last I knew. But this bracket was superseded to the newer style fish mouth bracket.

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The later bracket is the same as a version used on the L-19 and so part sources for an L-19 such as Air Repair are what your looking for. And you also might want to look on eBay as many of these brackets that are NOS are being sold there very cheaply from an large stockpile that recently came on the market.
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Re: Parts Needed 1948 C170

Postby daedaluscan » Wed Jun 16, 2021 4:39 pm

I think the L-19 fishmouth is slightly different from the C170 one in that it does not have a notch in the top rails at the back for the ubolt. Slightly heavier top piece on the U bolt with a block of aluminium that applies the pressure to the spring pack.

I defer to Bruce on this, he knows much more than I do.
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Re: Parts Needed 1948 C170

Postby Bruce Fenstermacher » Wed Jun 16, 2021 6:09 pm

Charlie, what you say is true of later L-19 brackets but not early versions. Many 170s have the later version though. :wink:
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Re: Parts Needed 1948 C170

Postby Bill_Green » Thu Jun 17, 2021 3:52 am

Our EAA Chapter has the tail wheel bracket (early style) complete with tail spring and Scott 3-24 tail wheel. If interested I can provide more information.
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Re: Parts Needed 1948 C170

Postby Kyle » Sun Jun 20, 2021 10:54 pm

Good Afternoon Everyone. Thanks very much for your collective reply’s. We are exploring a number of options for the customer and this info is very helpful. I’ll follow up as we get farther down the line :-)

For you dads out there… I hope today was great for all of you !!
Thanks again, Kyle
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