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VANS RV LSA CONTROL LOCK CL100 SHORT

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Part# 13-11269
MFR Model# CL100

Overview

This control lock is easy to install and positively locks the ailerons and elevator of most Van's RV's and many other LSA aircraft, as well as the Stearman PT17.
Only weighs 3 1/2 ounces.

Gust lock is manufactured using 6061T3 aluminum.

The control stick clamping portion has a protective sleeve to prevent damage to special control handles.

The latching mechanism is tow locking buttons that cannot come loose until released by the pilot which insures the owners that their ailerons and elevators are safe from wind damage.

The control lock is red anodized with a "Remove Before Flight" decal, and each unit comes complete with instructions in a 4" x 4" x 12" box.
Only weighs 3 1/2 ounces.

Eligible Aircraft Models:

Carbon Cub SS
Cessna Skycatcher
Comet FK-12
Diamond DA40
Highlander
J-3 Cub
Legend Cub
Peregrine FK-04
Renegade Falcon
Savage Cub
Stearman PT-17
Tecnam P92 and P2008
Van's RV4, RV6/6A, RV7/7A, RV9/9A, RV10

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Reviews

I installed a CL100 control stick lock on my Experimental Zenith CH601-XLB aircraft and it fits and works great. It keeps the grips off of the panel and I dont have to worry about the stick grips damaging my Dynon screen on the left and transponder knobs on the right. I did have to add a couple nylon spacers below the panel flange as the threaded end of the mounting posts were a tad long and I did not want to contact my Dynon mounting tray. If you have a Zenith CH601 or CH650....you need one of these. And yes....I have pictures.

Bruce L
May 6, 2020

This says it will work on a Tecnam P92. My 2012 Tecnam has a plastic control panel. It is NOT structural. If this were to be installed following the manufacturers installation PDF, the first good wind would rip the control panel out. I tried to contact the manufacturer on www.planepoop.com but the site is down for an indeterminate period with no phone number supplied.

Jj
April 27, 2020

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