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Hangar Clean Out Sell

kan1911

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Cleaning up my hangar and I have found some items that I will no longer be using on my new plane. These items were used on my Piper Warrior.

  • Piper PA28 Tow Bar 33". Still Brand New in box from Sporty's. Paid $69.95, not including tax and shipping. Make me a reasonable offer. SOLD
  • Piper Heavy Duty Blade Style Pitot Tube Cover. Still Brand New from Sporty's. Paid $24.95, not including tax or shipping. Make me a reasonable offer. SOLD
  • Aeroshell 15W-50, I have 3 quarts. All three for $20. NOT LONGER FOR SELL
 

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Leigh

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Wow! A 33' long tow bar. Did you mean 33"?

Just curious why the oil doesn't "fit" your new plane?
 

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Wow! A 33' long tow bar. Did you mean 33"?

Just curious why the oil doesn't "fit" your new plane?
Lol. Why have 33" when you could have 33'? I could use the same oil, but I went from a Lycoming to a Continental that has been using Phillips 20W-50.
 

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I will take the pitot tube cover. How do ya want paid?
 

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Lol. Why have 33" when you could have 33'? I could use the same oil, but I went from a Lycoming to a Continental that has been using Phillips 20W-50.
My understanding has always been that all the aviation oils are ok to mix and match with each other, and certainly mixing two different brands of multi-grade shouldn't be an issue. Does anyone here have contrary info?
 

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My understanding has always been that all the aviation oils are ok to mix and match with each other, and certainly mixing two different brands of multi-grade shouldn't be an issue. Does anyone here have contrary info?
Just did some research, and it appears that you are right...mixing aviation oils does not appear to be a problem.
 
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