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Wanted: 52D67 Attitude Indicator

BGFYankee

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Looking for a used 52D67 (5000E-9) autopilot attitude indicator. Not looking for just a core, rather, hoping to find something removed in working order.
 

Orest @ CYFD

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I just pulled my AI (with autopilot out) from my Dakota. Pulled, as it was replaced with a Sandel Quattro.

Plan is to put it up for sale here. It was in perfect working order, has a 2004 date stamp. Mitchell part number 52D66. Also has Mid-Continent stickers on it. I can post some pics.

* Orest
 

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The 52D66 is not the AI that is fully compatible with my Altimatic IIIc. It may command some of the functions, but not all. Not exactly sure what the difference is right off the top of my head, but I'm sure someone will know. But thank you.

EDIT: Actually, I found that information. The 66 only outputs roll information to the autopilot. The 67 outputs pitch & roll.
 
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