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    hi all, does anyone have any plans for a 737 gear lever with lockout!

    hi all does any of you out there have any plans for a 737ng gear lever with lockout. thanks in advanced john d

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    You can buy one for a C note: http://www.bpbsurplus.com/lc/cart.ph...ategory_id=318

    Boeing's been using the same assembly for 40 years, there's nothing special about the 737NG gear lever assembly.
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    737 Nut has a real 727 one for sale reasonable!
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    737nut no reply!!

    i contacted him weeks ago already but i got no reply......

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnydaz53 View Post
    i contacted him weeks ago already but i got no reply......
    I have had a similiar experience - several weeks no reply!
    Perhaps shipping to the UK is a problem!

    Bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnydaz53 View Post
    hi all does any of you out there have any plans for a 737ng gear lever with lockout. thanks in advanced john d
    Save yourself the trouble, i have a real one for sale!!
    Cheap compared to what others are wanting for them.

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    check your pm

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    737nut you there

    hi 737nut can you confirm that you are getting my pm's

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