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    Thanks Dodiano/Roberto and Nick

    Compliments to Roberto for his work.

    Received real columns today from Nick at APHS (great guy btw) and Roberto's yokes fit as they were originals.

    Mounting them really couldnt be any easier !

    For all who wondered if it would fit: well...it fits perfectly.

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    sorry for the picture quality...taken with my phone

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    Fascinating Stef. Thanks for sharing the pic with us.

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    Thats looking very good Stef. Are you going to use the original mechanism between the yokes (for aileron) ?.

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    Hi Ivar,

    I dont have the interconnecting parts between the 2 columns...so i will have to think of something myself there.

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    Airbus

    Wow!! This is amazing we actually never tried it before!! We only cast the part as accurate as we could in hopes we could replicathe the part on the Real Stands to interconnect!! Excellent news!!

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    Nick has those interconnecting collars. Way down at the bottom of the page with all the priced parts.

    Great looking stuff!
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    What am I doing wrong? I see no pictures?
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    I see no photo as well.

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