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Steen Skybolt Metal Wing Fillings on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Belen, New Mexico, United States

Belen, New Mexico, United States
Condition:New Brand:Steen Compatible Make:Steen Warranty:No

I am abandoning my Steen Skybolt project. I have for sale the factory manufactured metal fitting I purchased from Steen for the wings. These are new and never installed. The starting price is 50% off.


1 EA Skybolt AN Hardware kit $269.00


4 EA Skybolt Wing Aileron Hinge Base $172.00


2 EA Skybolt Wing Aileron Bellcrank Bracket $64.00


2 EA Skybolt Wing Aileron Bellcrank with Bearing $152.00


2 EA Skybolt Wing Aileron Idler Arm with Bearing $136.00


2 EA Skybolt Wing Aileron Idler Arm Bracket $64.00


1 EA Skybolt Wing Aileron Slave Strut Bracket $79.00


1 EA Skybolt Wing Aileron Rear Hinge (non-slave) $36.00


1 EA Skybolt Wing Aileron Rear Hinge (slave) $37.00


Total $1009.00 


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