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Old 05-15-2018, 01:23 PM
GregMac GregMac is offline
 
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Default Floor Brakes for RV6

Im looking to add brakes to the CoPilot side of my RV6 with floor mounted pedals. Has anyone got parts languishing in the hangar from an upgrade etc that theyd like to sell ? PM if anyone has the parts or some of them. Cheers from Western Australia
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Old 05-15-2018, 01:36 PM
jjbardell jjbardell is offline
 
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Default Brakes

I have a full set of hanging rudder pedals with master cylinders and brake pedals that will fit a 6/7/9 if your interested in converting.
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Old 05-16-2018, 02:00 AM
GregMac GregMac is offline
 
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Default Brake

Thanks Josh but cause Im lazy, oh and also Id have to shift the Naca Vents rearward then fill the previous then match paint etc, Im just looking to put brakes on the existing floor mounted pedals on CoPilot side. Weve been flying the 6 since 2000 its done 1400hrs, but weve got a 10 now that we are really enjoying so the 6 will be for sale. A tail dragger without brakes for an instructor to save the day for an inexperienced pilot is a bit harder to sell. Anyway thanks for the reply. Regards Greg
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