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Garmin GSA 28 Servo Install Kit, Generic With Mounting Bracket (Experimental)

GSA 28, Generic Mounting kit with Bracket.

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011-02952-01Garmin GSA 28 Servo Install Kit, Generic With Mounting Bracket (Experimental)NEW$170.00On backorder0
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This generic installation kit with mounting bracket, 011-02952-01, for the GSA 28 servo is for push/pull applications and is not specific to any airframe.

This kit is supplied with a 3/8” diameter x 8” long solid rod.

This rod is intended to be used as the attachment link between the GSA 28 and the flight control system.

It is the installer’s responsibility to cut this rod to the correct length and tap the ends for the male rod end bearings.

To suit GSA 28

ITEM GARMIN P/N QTY DESCRIPTION
1 212-00080-03 2 AN970-3 WASHER
2 382-00019-02 2 MALE ROD END BEARING
3 210-00116-03 2 AN315-3R JAM JUT
4 117-00542-07 1 PUSH ROD, 8.0″ UNTAPPED
5 212-00035-10 9 AN960-10 WASHER
6 211-00090-01 4 AN3-5A BOLT
7 212-00043-10 1 AN960-10L (THIN) WASHER
8 210-00117-03 5 AN365-1032A LOCK NUT
9 115-01854-00 1 GSA28 MOUNTING BRACKET, GENERIC
10 211-00090-05 1 AN3-7A BOLT
11 231-00034-04 1 COTTER PIN, MS24665-208

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This generic installation kit with mounting bracket, 011-02952-01, for the GSA 28 servo is for push/pull applications and is not specific to any airframe.

This kit is supplied with a 3/8” diameter x 8” long solid rod.

This rod is intended to be used as the attachment link between the GSA 28 and the flight control system.

It is the installer’s responsibility to cut this rod to the correct length and tap the ends for the male rod end bearings.