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    Default Need a NEW Stabilizer Crank

    Univair no longer sells the newer crank, Piper part # 13448-00

    I need to replace the Stabilizer Crank Handle on my 1960 PA-22-150

    Does anyone have a line on a handle that will work to replace this? ...hopefully made with stronger metal material.

    Thanks all!

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    Default Re: Need a NEW Stabilizer Crank

    Quote Originally Posted by Harold Kroeker View Post
    I needed a new trim handle for my Clipper and, after checking the other sources mentioned, I bought one from Snyder's Antique Auto Parts. It is part number A-702780-C and is a window crank for a 1930-31 Ford Model A. It is described as a "Chrome window crank for the A-400, Victoria, and some of the Fordor Sedans." As you can see in the pictures below, it is a pretty good match for the original and was cheap enough at $10.75.
    https://www.snydersantiqueauto.com/P...ER-4-DOOR-LATE



    http://www.snydersantiqueauto.com/Pr...ER-4-DOOR-LATE
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    Default Re: Need a NEW Stabilizer Crank

    ...Now up to $12.50. I've heard that many of the door parts were borrowed from the automotive industry "way back when" Piper was making these planes.... Sure looks like a match to me!

    https://snydersantiqueauto.com/Searc...ord=A-702780-C

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    Default Re: Need a NEW Stabilizer Crank

    SM022, that is for an early Pacer or Clipper not for a 1960 PA22-150.

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    Default Re: Need a NEW Stabilizer Crank

    I have never seen this trim handle used on a Tri-Pacer. Do you have experience with it?
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    Default Re: Need a NEW Stabilizer Crank

    This is the PA22 trim handle I have always see. We have an early 1953 model and everything later I have dealt with have this as well.
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    Default Re: Need a NEW Stabilizer Crank

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    That thread points to the dead link below.. no part number

    Quote Originally Posted by smcnutt View Post
    Not bought them myself but here's a source from the other board:

    http://www.shortwing.org/forum/showthread.php?t=598
    Someone else after the dead link posted he got a handle from a 1936 Ford, maybe he had a Pacer. So if someone has a good link or part number lets get it on here.

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    Default Re: Need a NEW Stabilizer Crank

    Post #6,sorry, no part number but the model, years and phone number.

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