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Bell 206 Helicopter Mrgb -15 Xmsn on 2040-parts.com

US $27,999.00
Location:

England, United Kingdom

England, United Kingdom
Condition:Used

Jetranger MRGB (Main Rotor Gearbox 206-040-002-15) Time Remaining 1223hrs to o/h Time run since o/h 1177hrs Complete Unit as removed from operational Bell 206 Jetranger. Gearbox is DRY no LEAKS Comes with Oil Pump / Hyd Pump Drive Comes with 3 Chip Detector units Comes with Mounting Pads (2) with fastening hardware: Comes with Lower pin Assembly Comes with Full fitted Oil Filter Assembly including New Screw-on Filter Comes with Drive Flange as fitted. Comes with all Logs and paperwork.. Please call for any more pictures or information. Shipping is door to door:(Unit will be packed in Wood Container)

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