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Old 02-16-2021, 05:42 PM
Robb Robb is offline
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Default F1 Engine Mounts

Anyone have the 4 engine motor mount numbers handy? My lowers are starting to sag
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Old 02-16-2021, 11:12 PM
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Lord J-7764-31 are the aerobatic engine mounts. I purchased mine from Herber. The others are J-9613-12. I'd recommend the aerobatic ones, although the cost is higher.
Mark Swaney - N76TR
Team Rocket F1 #31
KOXR, Oxnard, CA
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Old 02-17-2021, 05:28 AM
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Default Maule 540 numbers

The parts used in the Maule 540 are good parts - could be one of those that Mark mentioned? If I could recall the right number, I would tell you...

"Not everyone needs a Rocket. Some folks, however, shouldn't live life without one.
You know who you are."
Budd Davisson, 1997
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Old 03-31-2021, 11:11 AM
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Default Lord mounts

Just replaced mine in Rocket s/n 097
Lord P/N J-7764-20
Same as Lord mounts for the Extra aircraft.
Michael Wigen
RV-3 Sold
Pitts S-2A Sold
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"Cyclone" Sold
Hughes 500D Sold
F-1 Rocket kit #97
'79 Cessna T210N
DHC-2- N231A, s/n 227 Sold
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