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Fabricated from steel and cadmium plated per QQ-P-416A, Type II, Class 3. AN310 castle nuts are used with drilled-shank bolts, clevis bolts, eye bolts and studs. The slots in the nut accommodate a cotter pin for safety purposes. The thinner AN320 castellated shear nut, with half the tensile rating of the AN310 nut, is used with clevis bolts and threaded taper pins which are subject to shearing stress only.
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All the nuts worked as designed with no defects. Thanks for the quick reimbursements on the AN310 nuts ordered by mistake. ACS is a great company. Jim has a reason to be proud of his staff!
shinny news and nicely fits... not too loose, not too tight
This part is a MUST for proper tailwheel operation.
Nice quality part. Better built than the original one I had!
The right side thanks
Its astonishing how such a small, inexpensive part as the Maule tail wheel locking spring--a coil about an inch long and less than 1/4 inch in diameter--can affect the performance of an airplane! Aircraft Spruce sent it by first class mail (as I requested) and it arrived in a couple of days. Fits perfectly and easy to install.
I ordered the Maule TW-15A steering arm subassembly. When it arrived, the locking ring had not been machined completely. The lock pin holes were absent and the through hole was undersize. Aircraft spruce was very prompt about helping me diagnose the problem. They sent a replacement immediately and provided a will call tag to return the nonconforming part. I would rate their customer service as top notch.
No problems, no hassles. Easy transaction. Quality parts.
Exact fit, went on with no issues. Aircraft Spruce shipped quickly, very adequate package, good price.
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Part # 06-01291 is the two hole version.
The Scott 3200 tailwheel uses a 280x250x4 tire, found under our part # 06-01244. The tube can be found under our part # 06-00760.
They will fit and will work just fine but the mechanic would have to use their discretion. We cannot confirm the PMA approvals are interchangeable.
We believe you are asking about the BI-872 bolt which is for the ABI-3400-b tailwheel. This bolt is longer because the ABI-3400-b has a wider fork because it is used with the baby bushwheel tire/wheel combo.
No the bolts would be separate.