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New Lord Shimmy Dampener SE-1076-1 for Beech Aircrafts listed below:Beech Aircraft Eligibility List:A36TC, B36TC, Bonanza 36, A36, G36, Bonanza 35, A35, B35, C35, D35, E35, F35, G35, H35, J35, K35, M35, N35, P35, S35, V35, V35-TC, V35A, V35A-TC, V35B, V35B-TC, E33, E33A, E33C, F33, F33A, G33 Barron 55, A55, B55, C55, D55, E55, 56TC, A56TC, 58 Barron, 58TC 58P.This nose gear shimmy damper from LORD Corporation is FAA approved for many models of Beech Aircraft. The patented technology provides consistent damping without maintenance. Instead of using fluids to resist motion, the shimmy damper features a unique rubber formulation with a high-tech lubricant to absorb nose wheel vibration. Length: 5-1/2".• Reduced maintenance - No hydraulic fluid, eliminating periodic leaks and loss of damping. • Long life - Demonstrated performance in excess of 5,000 ground-air-ground duty cycles, expecting a product life of more than 10 years of usage on typical, high-use, single-engine piston airplanes.• Great value - Cost per hour up to 10X lower than current OEM offerings.• Consistent damping - From -30 degrees to +150 degrees F.• Proven design - The same patented technology has been used since 2000 on LORD shimmy dampers for Cessna aircraft.• Form, fit and function compatible with existing installation (one-for-one replacement).• FAA Approved Retails for $869-$900, asking $500 O.B.O.
$500
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Greenville, MI
2 Engines , Turbo Fans , Business Jets , Medium Jets
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Battle Creek, MI
J31 CARGO2 Engines , TurboProp , Commuter/Regional
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Yipsilani, MI
Great prop for an experimental aircraft. Propeller was removed from an IO-540 Lycoming in a Rockwell Commander 114 in 2010 that had a total time of 2900 hrs. It was disassembled for inspection and never reassembled because it was replaced by a new 3-bladed prop. The prop is 78" in diameter and is variable pitch/constant speed. The Hartzell number is C2YK-1BF F8467-7R. It also comes with two nose spinners, one is polished aluminum and the other is painted, both in excellent condition. I would recommend replacing all seals, gaskets and paint. Asking $2000 O.B.O.
$2,000
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Greenville, MI
AERIAL SURVEY1 Engine , Piston , Personal Transport , Light Transport
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Global Plane Search
MI
1966 Piper Pa-32-260, Garmin 530, 327 TXP, 340 AUDIO, KN64 NME, KX155, Dual G/S,  S-Tec 50 A/P, present owner 21 years, always hangered,  $65000
$65,000
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Aenockee, MI
1959 Cessna 172B. Very nice flying airplane. Handles very well. Climbs out very well. Landing gear was made taller in this model year so no banging your head on the wings as often happens with more recent models. Mechanical flaps so no worries about not having flaps in the event of electrical failure. Located at Adrian, Michigan, (ADG). New paint in 2013 on fuselage, tail feathers and leading edges of wings. Some minor hail damage. Exterior 8/10. Interior 8/10. Upholstery good headliner good except for small tear in back near luggage compartment. No corrosion. Corrosion X treatment Nov. 2004. Engine is a Continental O300A 145Hp with 680Hr SMOH. Was overhauled July 2003 by Kline Aviation. Prop was overhauled Aug. 2000 by H&S Prop Shop. Has a single radio, a Narco Mk12D with NAV. Also a Narco AT150 transponder, Sigtronics SPA400 4 Place intercom and a IIMorrow Flybuddy LORAN. Has venturi vacuum system so no vacuum pump to fail.
$25,000
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Tecumseh, MI