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Old 10-12-2017, 11:20 AM
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Location: Tellico Plains, TN
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Default FS- Digitrak AP, LRI lift reserve indicator, RMI compass mod


As I continue to move toward a panel update, I have the following items for sale.

Digitrak AP and servo. This is the older single axis unit, SN 1397, and a DSB-B servo SN 1736. These appear to have been installed new back when this plane was built, so that would make them 11 years old. The AP was working when removed, and only includes the control panel unit, and servo, no wiring or mounting brackets. Asking $500 obo.

LRI lift reserve indicator. This was also installed when the plane was built 11 years ago. On the last annual in March, the previous owner replaced the panel display which is clearly new. He told me the probe needed to be adjusted, but that wasn't the problem at all. When removing the unit, I found a hole chafed in the pressure line from the probe, so they replaced the unit for nothing. I tested the unit wish short tubing by hanging it out the window of the truck, and it works fine. Price $300 obo.

Finally there's an RMI compass module "model 303" that no one bothered to remove after they took out the transponder it was used for. This is free to a good home, or actually any home that is willing to pay the USPS shipping :-)

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