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    Does anyone have a drawing for the bottom rub strip for the elevator cables?

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    Default Re: Bottom Rub Strip

    I don't know that part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    I don't know that part.
    It's forward of the three rollers that two cables go to the elevator, and the one that goes to the flaps

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    Its a simple piece. I have mode them out of UMHW sheet and a band saw.

    Brian

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    Default Re: Bottom Rub Strip

    I figured that I would have to do that. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicobushmaster View Post
    Does anyone have a drawing for the bottom rub strip for the elevator cables?
    I ordered one from Univair before Covid, it is a simple block and I would go the route that Brian suggests if I was doing it again!
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