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Model Number Serial Number Description PN Price Buy
177B*, 177RG*, F177RG 17701371 thru 17702539, 177RG0001 thru 177RG1051, F177RG0001 thru F177RG0160 ASC299506-0105 PROP CONTROL 05-00177 $381.00
A185E*,F 18502008 thru18502025, 18502028 thru 18503153 ASC299506-0201 PROP CONTROL 05-00178 $642.00
A188B* 18802746 thru 18803856 ASC299508-0302 PROP CONTROL 05-00187 $530.00
T188C T18803297T thru T18803422T ASC299508-0304 PROP CONTROL 05-00188 $768.00
182E,F,G 18253599 thru 18255844 ASS1223-3 PROP CONTROL 05-00208 $438.00
180,180A,B,C, D,E,F,G, 182,182A,B,C,D, 30000 thru 18051445, 33000 thru 18253598 ASS1223-4 PROP CONTROL 05-00209 $287.95
182H,J,K 18255845 thru 18258505 ASS1223-6 PROP CONTROL 05-00211 $316.00
A188B* 18800833 thru 18802745 ASS2149-2 PROP CONTROL 05-00228 $873.00
182S, 182T, T182T 18280001 thru 18280944, T18280945 and On, T18208001 and On AS565-580-038 PROP CONTROL 05-00991 $497.00
206H, T206H 20608001 and On, T20608001 and On AS565-580-012 PROP CONTROL 05-00992 $482.00
U206G,TU206G, 210M, N/T210M,N, P210N U20603522 thru U20607020, 21061574 thru 21064897, P21000001 thru P21000834 AS9862067-1 PROP CONTROL 05-00241 $649.00
207A/T207A 20700363 thru 20700788 AS9862067-12 PROP CONTROL 05-00242 $573.00
U206C,D,E,F, 210H,J,K, L/T210K,L, T210H,J U2060915 thru U20603521, 21058937 thru 21061573, T2100308 thru T2100454 ASC299506-0101 PROP CONTROL 05-00266 $277.95
182L,M,N,P, F182P 18258506 thru 18265175, F18200001 thru F18200025 ASC299506-0102 PROP CONTROL 05-00267 $262.95
180H*,J, A185E* 18051876 thru 18052770, 185-1301 thru 18502007, 18502026 thru 18502027 ASC299506-0103 PROP CONTROL 05-00268 $266.95
180H, 185, 185A,B,C,D,E, A185E 18051446 thru 18051875, 185-0001 thru 185-0237, 185-0238 thru 185-1149, 185-0968-185-1300 PROP CONTROL MCS1223-5 05-11062 $287.95
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McFarlane Aviation offers FAA/PMA approved throttle, propeller, and mixture controls for most single engine Cessna and Piper aircraft.

For special applications or when replacement controls are no longer available, custom engine controls can be made to your specifications. Custom engine controls are manufactured using the same materials and quality control procedures as their FAA/PMA approved products. Custom controls are not FAA/PMA approved. The user must obtain the proper FAA approvals to use their custom controls on certificated aircraft.

Solid Metal Construction
The fittings and components are made from anodized aluminum, stainless steel, and brass. All critical swage connections are metal to metal for continued dependability. The Vernier locking devices are precision formed and heat treated in critical wear areas.

A Superior Conduit System
The McFarlane conduit is made from coiled .065 inch plated carbon steel wire that has been formed to a "D" shape for increased strength and to give a smooth inside diameter. A virgin Teflon™ liner has been inserted into the center of the coil for low friction and high temperature operation. The conduit is over-braided with 304 stainless steel wire and then covered with a stabilized nylon anti-abrasion jacket. This system gives McFarlane controls good flexibility with smooth low friction operation even when routed with multiple small radii bends. The stainless steel braid gives their controls good tensile strength and a solid feel under heavy push loads without sacrificing routing flexibility.

Knobs Make a Difference
The "pilot friendly" knobs are all compression molded from reinforced phenolic resin. The phenolic knobs are hard and stable. Unlike the soft injection molded knobs, they resist scratching and the effects of sunlight and age. The McFarlane knobs meet the latest F.A.R. requirements for shape and color.

Vibration Dampening Features
The McFarlane metal swivel joints have a unique Viton rubber vibration dampening sleeve with a spring load system that stops engine induced vibration in the push rod guide tube and metal swivel joint. Molded Viton boots are also used on the push rod guides to seal out contaminates. The Viton rubber withstands the high temperatures of the engine environment while resisting degradation from oil and solvents. This system drastically reduces the vibration fretting and wear that leads to premature control failure.

Special Lubrication
During assembly the McFarlane controls have a special life-time lubrication applied to critical sliding surfaces. This molybdenum disulfide and Teflon™ based lubricant with a synthetic grease base has been specially formulated to reduce friction and prevent galling and contamination locking of the control components from -70 F to over 1000 F.

Consistent Quality
The production of McFarlane controls is continuously interrupted for inspections of all critical elements during assembly. Every control is 100% inspected rather than just sampled for inspections. Attention is given to every detail at McFarlane Aviation. For instance, they verify the torque required to rotate their vernier mechanism on every vernier control before it is released. A record is kept for each lot of controls with inspection results and complete component traceability.

Tough in any Environment
The McFarlane controls have had an outstanding performance and reliability record in all environments. They work freely at 50 below zero and have been proven in harsh salt water environments. Temperatures approaching the melting point of the steel components can not stop the McFarlane controls from functioning. They have tested their controls in the harshest environments to insure that they will provide a long reliable service life for the most demanding engine installations.

Time Tested
With experience building aircraft engine controls since 1992 and with thousands of units in airplanes flying on every continent (yes, even Antarctica), McFarlane controls have a proven track record and are universally recognized for their high quality.

Recommended Service Life
Due to the criticalness of engine controls and considering their operating environment the maximum recommended in service time for McFarlane engine controls is equal to the maximum time between engine overhauls as recommended by the engine manufacturer. Their policy concerning the service life of engine controls parallels most aircraft manufacturer's recommendations.

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