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Robinson R22 Helicoter Main Rotor Transmission on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Mesa, Arizona, United States

Mesa, Arizona, United States
Condition:For parts or not working

This is a used Main Rotor Transmission from a Robinson R22 Helicopter, registration C-FBHS that had a hard landing and main rotor sudden stoppage. Hard Card included has PN and SN on card matching the numbers on the trans.

One picture shows the bent main rotor shaft and housing with the lower cast mounting broken in several pieces. Disassembly shows no chips in the Gears. The Pinion turns smoothly in the case though not easily by bare hand.

This unit is not working or for parts due to sudden stoppage and I am not qualified to inspect these items.

Shipping will be by FedEx Ground at cost based on Zip Code with insurance and tracking. The trans with packaging weighs about 40 Lbs. with a guessed at, maybe around, in the vicinity, or nearby about, somewhere in the universe of $65.00. 

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