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    WOW! My Latest Finds (Boeing/Airbus) Sim Suppliers

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    Re: WOW! My Latest Finds (Boeing/Airbus) Sim Suppliers

    alex,
    you have way too much time on your hands
    just wait until you get married, do you think your wife would let you spend this kind of money
    good one mate, just 'ribbing' you ....
    enjoy your evening
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    Re: WOW! My Latest Finds (Boeing/Airbus) Sim Suppliers

    Quote Originally Posted by ian@737ng.co.uk View Post
    alex,
    you have way too much time on your hands
    just wait until you get married, do you think your wife would let you spend this kind of money
    good one mate, just 'ribbing' you ....
    enjoy your evening
    rgds from zakynthos ... ian

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    Re: WOW! My Latest Finds (Boeing/Airbus) Sim Suppliers

    If Alex spends all his time surfing the net for simparts chances on meeting a wife.... hehe
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    Re: WOW! My Latest Finds (Boeing/Airbus) Sim Suppliers

    Hi,

    Firstly, yes I genuinely do have a lot of time on my hands!

    Secondly, If I see I post it, regardless if it is budget or for the rich, I am sure there is atleast a few people out of our 6000+ members who would like to see it!

    Thirdly, Found the wife already and a long time ago, got a daughter too!

    So there you go, from the man himself! lol

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    Re: WOW! My Latest Finds (Boeing/Airbus) Sim Suppliers

    Hey Alex,

    thank you for the links, I contacted the guys during the week and a bit more information for all out there, as I understood, modellps is distributing the products from simaviatik, therefore it seems to be the same products, but I might be wrong.

    And as I don't want to open a new thread, I also found a supplier at least for MCDUs (even ATR ones, I have never seen them before), my apologize if you want to keep this thread clean or if this an old hat for you:

    http://www.teq-air.com/Trainings/MCDU_A320.html

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    Re: WOW! My Latest Finds (Boeing/Airbus) Sim Suppliers

    Alex

    The SimAviatik site is very interesting. It looks like they sell several different manufactures parts. The dual yoke system looks like PFC Jetliner yokes linked together. I have tried contacting PFC reguarding linking there Jetliner yokes but never a reply via email not there forum post.

    I have one of the Jetliner yokes and would like to get another but only if they could be linked.

    Anyone ever figure out how to on this?

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