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Scott Type Rudder Arm

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Part# 1140
MFR Model# U1140A-000

Overview

FAA/PMA Approved Scott Type Rudder Arm. Cast aluminum brackets with reinforced chain mounting holes. 3/4" diameter post between mounting holes.

Applicability: Piper J-3, L-4, NE-1, NE-2, J-4, L-4E, L-4F, PA-11, AE-1, HE-1, PA-12, PA-14, PA-15, PA-16, PA-17, PA-18, L-18C, L-21A, L-21B, PA-19, PA-25

   
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Reviews

Great part! Just know that this a Univar copy of the Scott version and it is well built. The bushing sit up a little higher than the surface of the metal making eyebolts a bit of a hassle to space correctly but they are steel bushing and should last a long time. Do know that you will need to match drill for your specific rudder bolts. I guess I should of know that and just made it a hassle to have to drill the component. That said, its as solid as it could be in the rudder. This actually made the steering a bit tighter. My last one must of been off a salvage plane and didnt fit great.

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SCOTT TYPE RUDDER ARM

October 3, 2022

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Q: What is the hole spacing on this rudder arm?

7" from hole center to hole center.

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