|Single Lever Quadrant w/Friction||05-15905-F|
These quality quadrants have been in use for over 35 years in a wide variety of experimental and ultralight aircraft. All quadrants are made with AN standard hardware and aircraft-quality 6061-T6 or 2024-T3 Aluminum. All sizes and models can be utilized for a side mount, center mount, or dual-control hookup. Can be used in Pitts, Cub, Aeronca, Bakeng Deuce, Horizon 2, Dakota Hawk, Quicksilver, Mini Max, Dragonfly, X-Air, etc. If you have an aircraft, we have a quadrant that will fit your needs.
Model #1 -This external reversing quadrant is our most popular for dual-control hookup. It can also be used as a single hookup. Available in S-series only. One, two or three levers. Friction or non-friction.
I like the unit but the middle knob broke in two . It is a wooden ball ? Split in two . Should be plastic knobs . I need a replacement knob but it does not state the material it is made of ? Would rather have plastic knobs and would be willing to pay more up front .
The fiber spacers are unfinished on the edges. They are rough cut and do not conform with the curvature of the aluminum plates. This can be rectified with a bit of work to sand and polish the rough cut and make them conform but that should be done in production. The lack of space between the levers presents a challenge for fitting two clevis adjacent to one another. The Clevis size to use would be useful in the Accessories tab of the product. If such a clevis exists. Without that information one cannot be sure if these may be used without a lot of work.
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