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Old 07-03-2019, 08:06 PM
BStoddart BStoddart is offline
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Default Baffle Plug Wire Seals- Part Number needed

Putting together my baffles on RV-7A with an O-320. The plug wire seals or grommets are not included in the baffle kit. Since I did not buy a Vans's engine or a FF kit, these parts seem to be somewhere in the other kits and I cannot find a part number for it. Searched Vans store using various names and cannot seem to come up with it. Searched ACS and there are single hole and 3 hole versions they sell, but not the two hole version Vans seems to supply folks in their kit. ACS has the more expensive (much more) Slick version, but I need to place an order with Vans and would rather just get the original pieces they supplied. Anyone know what the part number is?

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Old 07-03-2019, 08:50 PM
Tom023 Tom023 is offline
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Bob, Iím building a 14 so not sure if the 7 is different but Vans did not provide the ignition wire baffle seals. Although Vans provided the baffles in the FF kit the actual seals were supplied by Lycoming in my engine miscellaneous parts box. They are the same same two hole ones ACS sells.
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