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Old 07-10-2018, 05:53 PM
flybumtoo flybumtoo is offline
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Fresno, CA
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Default WTB: For RV-6(A) - engine mount, lower/full cowl and more...

I just bought a 1997 RV-6A that has been sitting in a hangar for 13 years with an auto engine installation. I have a 160HP Lyc O-320 I will be installing.

I thought I'd check with the group here to see if anybody has some of the parts I need for sale before I order from Van's.

Here is what I'm looking for:

#1 - Engine mount for RV-6A, O-320, dynafocal
#2 - Lower cowl (or full cowling) for down-draft carburated engine
#3 - Exhaust system for O-320
#4 - New version of front nose gear strut (new)
#5 - Van's standard fuel level sending units (new) ... Yep, I'm stuck rebuilding leaking fuel tanks too!

I'm located in Fresno, CA, USA
- Dan
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Old 07-11-2018, 08:59 PM
Johnny Be Good Johnny Be Good is offline
Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Mesa, AZ
Posts: 32
Default 6A Engine Mount

I have what I think is a 7A engine mount and nose wheel strut - the part numbers are quite confusing when trying to check them on the Vans list. I will message you with the details. Maybe they will work????
Formally Zimbabwean, now living in AZ.
Bushbaby (Kitfox Clone) built and flying.
RV 7 project sold in Zim, Now building a -6.
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:28 AM
kg6kct kg6kct is offline
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Location: Watsonville
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