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Old 06-16-2018, 09:45 PM
Arablenz Arablenz is offline
 
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Default Engine mount isolators

Always a weekend when I need to ask Vans aircraft a question! I went to hang my engine today but when I opened the engine isolator boxes ,which are the Dyna VI- STD, I found that the part number on the isolators different from Vans instructions on page 43-08.
Instead of vip 51901-73 or vip 50900-71, I have vip 50011-20.
They look correct but don't want to install until I am 100 percent happy with the part numbers.
Has anyone else had the same issue?
Thanks.
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Old 06-16-2018, 10:07 PM
Tom023 Tom023 is offline
 
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Mine were also VIP 50011-20, fit correctly and actually had to call Vans about them because one of the center spacers was too small in diameter to let the bolt through, so part number was verified.
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Old 06-16-2018, 10:12 PM
Arablenz Arablenz is offline
 
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Thanks for quick reply. They obviously went through a verification process then. I went to the Vibration Isolator products page but couldn't find the part numbers to cross reference against.
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