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Old 08-08-2018, 06:21 PM
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When installing the YD mount and the pitch trim bracket, they use the same aft holes on the surface of the bell-crank bracket. Are shimms or washers used under the pitch trim bracket?
Yes, the Garmin kit comes with a shim to raise up the pitch bracket.
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Old 08-08-2018, 09:52 PM
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I spoke with someone a while back. One of the parts vendors who sells the hoop for the GSA28.

He said the -14 YD bracket works but requires slight modification, then the hoop is needed along with another part not included with the -14 kit. His thought was in the someone might save 100-200 bucks and seriously questioned the value in using parts not specifically designed for the YD setup in the -10.

I'll be buying the -10 parts. It's expensive, but worth it considering my cargo.
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