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Lycoming O-235-l2c Engine With Accessories 1792 Smoh And 410 Stoh - Cessna 152 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Tucson, Arizona, United States

Tucson, Arizona, United States
Mid time engine with prop strike that dials 0.015"
Brand:Lycoming Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:O-235-L2C

Removed from a Grumman AA-1C with motor mount, alternator, carburetor, mags, starter.  Exhaust has been removed and is available separately.  Engine was overhauled in 2007 and removed from service in 2013 with 1792 since overhaul and 410.5 since top overhaul in 2012.  This engine was flying a lot of hours per year, which kept it healthy.  Unfortunately, the pilot mistook smoke in the cockpit from an electrical short as a possible fuel leak and shut the engine down while in flight.  He landed hard short of the runway and bent up the airplane, including a non-powered prop strike.  The flange dials at 0.015" (as shown in the pictures).  Max limit is 0.018".  Aircraft had been located in Hemet, CA and was then stored in Arizona after the accident, so it's been in a low humidity environment.  Has been strapped to a pallet and is ready for shipment.  I will deliver to a shipping dock in Tucson so you can have cheap shipping to a dock near you.

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