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Cessna 150 Elevator Trim Tab Cable 0400107-29/mco400107-129 on 2040-parts.com

US $43.50
Location:

Herod, Illinois, United States

Herod, Illinois, United States
New Old Stock
Brand:Cessna Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:0400107-29

NOS Cessna 150 ELEVATOR TRIM CABLE. Package has been opened for photo but part is 100% new and unused. Buyer is responsible to determine part eligibility for his/her aircraft.

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