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FS: Parting out PA28R-200 Arrow

MN_Flyer

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Parting out an Arrow that had an unfortunate incident. Right wing departed the aircraft when it impacted a tree during landing (fortunately everyone was OK). With the exception of the right wing, most everything else is intact.

Selling everything, so send a message if you are looking for one of those hard-to-find or insanely expensive pieces. Cowlings are in decent condition, fiberglass tips, landing gear trunions, hydraulic landing gear pump, electric relays, everything else is available.

Avionics consists of Garmin GMA340, KX155, Garmin GI106A indicator, KI-209 indicator, GTX-320 transponder.

Message with any questions or your wish list and I will get back with pricing. Thanks for your interest!
 
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I may be interested in some interior parts as well as a belly vent. Can you PM me pics of the seats, the aft interior bulkhead, and the vent on the belly vent below the cabin?

Eric
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Let me see what I can come up with for you in regards to diffuser vents. I know that there are a couple different types, so I will PM you photos the middle of next week when I am back in the hangar.

Thanks!
 

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Post up some pics of the outside panel and interior.

While doing that, what gear pump, how old and how much?
 

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Please send some pic's, very interesting!

I'm interested in the alternator(if good condition) hydraulic pump
and the small round clock (upper left side on de dash)
and maybe more..

thanks,

Michaël
 
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Post up some pics of the outside panel and interior.

While doing that, what gear pump, how old and how much?
Thanks for the interest. What do you mean by the outside panel... the plastic overlay that goes over the instruments? I will get photos of the interior linked here the middle of the week when I am back in the hangar.

I will check, but I am fairly certain that it is a Prestolite 105476 hydraulic pump. Not sure on the age of the pump, but it looked to be in good cosmetic shape and always worked as expected prior to the incident. Probably looking for around $650 for the pump including shipping. These cost almost $1300 to overhaul, so I think this is a pretty fair price and I will guarantee that it will arrive in working condition.
 

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