Simple design for push-pull operation with low friction characteristics. Has .050" dia. stainless steel wire core in flexible metal casing with polyethylene liner. May be shortened as required. Max. travel 3-1/2". Features a black powder coated aluminum T-handle.
Made in USA
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After 62 years the starter cable on my 1958 Cessna 172 broke. I replaced it with this one and am confident it will last even longer than the original. I like the smoothness when I pull to start (Teflon coated on the inside). I like the metal T-handle (better than plastic). All in all a great product from a great supplier of quality aircraft parts. Thank You Lloyd
T-Handle was just what I was looking for. Works well on my C140. Replaced my starter pull. On needed a 3 foot length . Your customer service rep could not find it in your catalog??? I had to thumb through An old Spruce catalog to find it and call again with item number.
Cable is not as the one pictured the T bar handle is bet around on either side. Looks kinda hokey compared to the picture
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The approximate dimensions for the knob on this control are: 2-1/4" Length x 1/2" Width x 1-1/8" protrusion from dash.
The wire's diameter is .05" O.D. The casing is 3/16".
The T-Handle is threaded and put on with loctite. The loctite can be "broken" with a torch but that may possibly damage the T-Handle and the control.
The thread is 3/8-24 so you will need to drill a 3/8" hole in your panel to fit this through.