The A-790 vernier control has a .078" dia. stainless steel wire core. Both the wire and Teflon™ lined flexible casing may be shortened as required. The Teflon™ liner provides low friction with heat resistance in high temperature areas such as engine compartments. Furnished with FAA-style knobs (Black, Red & Blue). Max. travel: 3-3/8". Stocked in the following lengths (measurement taken from under the panel nut to end of wire with knob pushed in).
Made in USA
Amazing quick delivery
Very well made and Teflon lined so the operation is very smooth. A very large-diameter wire so it does not necessarily fit where the old one came out, but easy modification made it work perfectly.
Because of limited space between the firewall and the carburetor mixture control I had to go with this cable. The usual swivel 2-piece end from the regular vernier control was too long and didnt have enough space in front of the firewall to mount the adel clamp! This control works in that tight situation. Just silver brazed the wire end into a drilled out SS 10-32 screw section. One warning, because of the stiffness of the solid wire and wound spring sheath the bend radii have to be large!
Inner solid wire broke at 1500 Hrs.. ^(
Liked the way it looked when i ordered it and needed something heavy duty but this was not it , recieved the item and the inner cable was broken right out of the box.Now i have to reorder something else.
No, the cables on this web page are not approved. We do carry one that is approved by the same manufacturer. The part number is A-790-12, and it is approved for some Cessnas.
The outside diameter of the casing is 1/4".
The panel hole size should be 3/4" in diameter.
1.4063" complete OD including tactile ribs.
No, there is not.
Yes, it can be fine adjusted by turning the knob.
Yes, they can be.
Yes. It can be pulled out completely. There is a small ball bearing that will fall out when you do, make sure not to lose that part.
No, this is not FAA Approved. Only the A-790-12 is approved. Please search for that part number on our website for the FAA Approved unit. On that page, it will list applicable models.