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PA-28-161 Warrior II Electric Trim

martin10

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If anyone has electric trim parts for a 1983 PA-28-161, I am interested in them.

What I need:

63900-66 Bushing
63900-67 Bushing
65784-00 Spring
 

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Regular bushings and spring will work
 
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Yup misunderstood,

I am a corporate aircraft mech and new pilot, so this is all a new learning experience.
 
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You misunderstand what I said.
The bushings and spring are standard. They are not special one-offs.
Do the crossover from the part number to the correct bushings and spring, and get them from the OEM.
Often, they will give them to you.
That's how I replaced the Guardian Electric solenoid in my electric trim.
(they gave me two)
 
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Jim is telling you that they are common parts and not specifically marked 'warrior electric trim bushings and springs'.

The folks here are trying to help you, you've asked this same question in multiple places on the forum... some have even pointed you to a couple of places to purchase the parts to solve your problem.

If you can't cross the part numbers to a 'standard' bushing or spring, measure them and give those folks a call, they will have exactly what you're looking for.

sk
 

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Thanks, SK.
You said it much more clearly than I did.
Martin, Piper did not make these parts in house.
They purchased them just like you can.
Jim
 
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I get an error message that the document can't be opened because it is not a valid pdf document.
 
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