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    Default Landing gear fairing rubber channel

    Hi Guys, I am looking for the rubber moulding that goes around the fairings at the top of the gear legs.This is the fairing that you see where it rubs up along the side of the fuselage under the door. Piper # 13150-04
    Univair doesn't show it. I am not sure if Aircraft Spruce has it., if so which part # ? It has just a small bead that fits over the edge that shows and then goes down the back side approx 1/2 "
    Also , I am looking for a complete door lock assembly for the right side door for a PA 20/22
    Thanks Sam

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    Default Re: Rubber Moulding

    Univair does claim to have it under part number 13150-004 (note the extra 0). Though for a piece of rubber $42 seems a little steep. I am new to ownership though so this might be how it goes, haha! I too need new ones.

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    Default Re: Rubber Moulding

    Aircraft Spruce, Wicks and other supply houses will have rubber material similar in size and shape that will work great an probably less cost than Univair.
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    Found it at Aircraft Spruce They call it d rubber moulding . I believe it as around $ .53 per ft/ Thanks Sam

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    Default Re: Rubber Moulding

    Sam,

    I was looking for some door parts in the UniVair cataloge and they do list a door look assembly, at $450.00 each!!! Probably better to watch E-Bay for conplete doors, I bought a set for $50.00 last year there.

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    Default Landing gear fairing rubber channel

    What is used on the top of the fairing that goes between the fuselage and gear fairings on a PA22-160?

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    Default Re: Landing gear fairing rubber channel

    I believe....it is..

    My 51 used the same material as the leading edge wing root cuff and lower gear cover.
    let me see if I can find the part number.

    http://www.chiefaircraft.com/aircraf.../mau-a-10.html

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    Default Re: Landing gear fairing rubber channel

    Lower gear cover
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    Default Re: Landing gear fairing rubber channel

    I thought it was a "U" channel like 05-01400. http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo...s/uchannel.php

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    Default Re: Landing gear fairing rubber channel

    I don't have a picture but to be clear it is the top fairing that is a couple of inches wide. It wraps around the leading and trailing edges. My airplane has been modified so much (probably normal) I have no idea whats correct

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