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    looking for 737 yoke

    I am looking for Boeing 737 yoke to buy.

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    Contact ACE, one of our Advertisers. their yokes are excellent quality.

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    Thx for your fast reply.

    I checked web page of ACE, cws' look very good. But if you compare the yokes with images linked below you may notice some little dicrepancies in color or shapes of the swithes, and they stated that "Trim switch based on SAAB model".

    I need to find an exact match fot the purpose of more professional project.

    Otherwise i want to buy a naked b 737 yoke without whole cws block.

    Thank you for your help.

    http://www.hotshare.net/image/111286-5615634a86.html

    http://www.hotshare.net/image/111283-4814930c57.html

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    Here is a Capt. yoke for $545.00!!! It's a steal at that price!!!
    http://www.angelfire.com/il2/aphs/37w.jpg
    IF it's not Boeing I ain't going!!!!!!

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    Airbus You can also Check my Yokes out!

    These are my Babies!! $200 with all switches!! PM me if intersted or send me a mail!!
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    yoke

    hi.....
    have a look here, there's a tutorial on how to build a yoke on the right hand side of the page. my prototype was built using one of roberto's
    http://www.737ng.co.uk/technical.htm
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    I have a B737 Captain's Yoke for sale on eBay right now:

    http://motors.shop.ebay.com/merchant/pkwu

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    Ace is almost finished with their "Professional yoke" 100% Exact Trim switch replica as well.

    Contact them and find out more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian@737ng.co.uk View Post
    hi.....
    have a look here, there's a tutorial on how to build a yoke on the right hand side of the page. my prototype was built using one of roberto's
    http://www.737ng.co.uk/technical.htm
    regards from wales.... ian
    And very nice yokes they are too!

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