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Alloy Oleo Struts Offset with Trailing Link 168mm F8F Bearcat Style (2pcs)

Alloy Oleo Struts Offset with Trailing Link 168mm F8F Bearcat Style (2pcs)

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Very well made and finished lightweight alloy oleo struts with offset and trailing link, they are sprung loaded and will accept a wheel of up to 89mm (3.5ins) diameter.Perfect for your scale Grumman F8F Bearcat or Rarebear project.

Specs:
Length to Axle Center: 168mm
Diameter: 12mm
Max Wheel Size: 89mm (3.5ins)
Retract Mounting Pin: 5mm (included)
Axle Diameter: 4mm
Weight: 48g (each)

  • SKU 9107000325-0
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 176.0000
  • Packaging Length 165.00
  • Packaging Width 55.00
  • Packaging Height 85.00
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I have 2 sets of them on both sets the screw that holds the control arm to the strut was only long enough to engage 3 or 4 treads and pulled out on less than perfect landings. the strut itself is tapped to except a longer screw and I have done that and all is well. I understand you should not need to modify something when you get it but the struts are nice and do come in different lengths making them fit most applications and that is worth a lot to me!

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I have 2 sets of them on both sets the screw that holds the control arm to the strut was only long enough to engage 3 or 4 treads and pulled out on less than perfect landings. the strut itself is tapped to except a longer screw and I have done that and all is well. I understand you should not need to modify something when you get it but the struts are nice and do come in different lengths making them fit most applications and that is worth a lot to me!

I have 2 sets of them on both sets the screw that holds the control arm to the strut was only long enough to engage 3 or 4 treads and pulled out on less than perfect landings. the strut itself is tapped to except a longer screw and I have done that and all is well. I understand you should not need to modify something when you get it but the struts are nice and do come in different lengths making them fit most applications and that is worth a lot to me!

verified_user Quality:
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I have 2 sets of them on both sets the screw that holds the control arm to the strut was only long enough to engage 3 or 4 treads and pulled out on less than perfect landings. the strut itself is tapped to except a longer screw and I have done that and all is well. I understand you should not need to modify something when you get it but the struts are nice and do come in different lengths making them fit most applications and that is worth a lot to me!

I have 2 sets of them on both sets the screw that holds the control arm to the strut was only long enough to engage 3 or 4 treads and pulled out on less than perfect landings. the strut itself is tapped to except a longer screw and I have done that and all is well. I understand you should not need to modify something when you get it but the struts are nice and do come in different lengths making them fit most applications and that is worth a lot to me!

verified_user Quality:
playlist_add_check Overall:
trending_up Value:

I have 2 sets of them on both sets the screw that holds the control arm to the strut was only long enough to engage 3 or 4 treads and pulled out on less than perfect landings. the strut itself is tapped to except a longer screw and I have done that and all is well. I understand you should not need to modify something when you get it but the struts are nice and do come in different lengths making them fit most applications and that is worth a lot to me!

I have 2 sets of them on both sets the screw that holds the control arm to the strut was only long enough to engage 3 or 4 treads and pulled out on less than perfect landings. the strut itself is tapped to except a longer screw and I have done that and all is well. I understand you should not need to modify something when you get it but the struts are nice and do come in different lengths making them fit most applications and that is worth a lot to me!

verified_user Quality:
playlist_add_check Overall:
trending_up Value:

I have 2 sets of them on both sets the screw that holds the control arm to the strut was only long enough to engage 3 or 4 treads and pulled out on less than perfect landings. the strut itself is tapped to except a longer screw and I have done that and all is well. I understand you should not need to modify something when you get it but the struts are nice and do come in different lengths making them fit most applications and that is worth a lot to me!

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