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A-930 PUSH-PULL CONTROL

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(1/4-28 Threaded End) This control has 1/4-28 threaded ends (nonswiveling) and 3-1/2" stroke. It has Teflon™ casing liner for use in high-temperature areas such as engine compartments, and .078" diameter stainless steel inner cable to minimize backlash. Stocked in the following lengths.

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functions great. I would suggest you stock the 3 foot length in this. I would think that is the most common at least for us.

Todd
March 9, 2017

The cable is listed as having 10-32 threads on both ends. using the guidance on the web page, I bought AN665-21R threaded clevis tie rod ends for the cable. When the cable arrived I found that the cable was threaded with 1/4-28 thread and the parts I bought were the wrong size. Now I have to go through the hassle of returning everything.

Jeff B
September 28, 2020

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Q: What is the OD of the cable housing for the A-930 Push-Pull control?

The cable housing is 1/4" O.D.

Q: Does the A-930 cable have right or left hand threaded ends? I need to order the AN-665 threaded clevis so this would be a required piece of information. Thanks.

Right hand thread.

Q: Is the A-930 control cable FAA Approved for use in certified aircraft?

No, this is intended for use in experimental aircraft only. The ACS A-790-12 and A-800-12 are the only ACS controls that are FAA Approved.

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