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|This universal NAP assembly will eliminate bent or smashed push-pull cable ends and get a strong hold at the same time. The cable end lays in a machined channel at the bottom of the screw hole. Tightening the compression screw snugs down on the cable end thus eliminating any potential crimping or smashing of the cable. Eliminates wear, possible cable breakage and enhances smooth push-pull operation. Complete with washers and cotter pin. All stainless steel, computer machined and easy to install.|
CABLE "B" NUT THROTTLE 222-1
These B nuts are well designed and of good quality . Huge improvement over a drilled bolt. Not FAA approved but my IA say he will accept them.
CABLE "B" NUT MIXTURE 222-2
Best way to end a control cable. Product is perfect, totally as described.
Great product! Good Quailty! Works like a Charm!
works very well. as intended.
A bit pricy, but the perfect part for this application. Ive tried making my own part by drilling AN3 bolts. Doesnt work well or consistently. My only negative is that my order took about 2 months to get. Not sure why.
Works real good, would use again
I have used on a fuel valve ball handle with great success. I now have one on my alternate air source arm and works great there too. The set screw really locks good and the size I have is the large one. Great stuff for all kinds of applications.
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No. This unit is not FAA approved. Used on experimental aircraft only.
Yes, it is the diameter of the cable hole.