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    MD-80/DC-9 cockpit components

    Obviously as I'm just starting a bulk of things would be welcomed. The biggest things I'm looking for are the landing gear assembly, a throttle quadrant, the left and right gusset panels, the fire pull assembly, glare shields, overhead panels. I'm assuming based on the build quality of the aircraft that the seat tracks are going to be basically cut out, but that would be another one.

    Just figuring another set of eyes would be very welcome. Basically anything out of the DC-9 or MD-80 cockpit would be welcomed, as I can generally identify what is needed pretty quick.

    Thank you in advance if anyone is able to help.
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    Re: MD-80/DC-9 cockpit components

    mate....hit Nick over at APHS. he'd prob have a fair bit of the gear you need.
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    Re: MD-80/DC-9 cockpit components

    Yup...I've got some of the components from him, including the MIP, and the steering columns and SELCAL are on hold (I will be picking those up in early DEC), and I HAD a throttle quadrant, but doesn't sound like the seller will be coming home from the hospital (unfortunately, terminal cancer), so I'm not really sure how to handle that one.
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    Re: MD-80/DC-9 cockpit components

    Hmmm that is a delicate one.
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    Re: MD-80/DC-9 cockpit components

    Hi Jon

    If you should find an extra overhead panel, preferably complete, so feel free to contact me.
    Overhead panel comes as the next I want to buy.

    On Monday comes Frank and I in the cockpit of Danish Air Transport's MD-80 to take a mass measurement.
    I am pleased as a little child at Christmastime.

    I'm still working on the TQ.
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    Re: MD-80/DC-9 cockpit components

    If you could get detailed photos of the gusset panel and a few other measurements I'd be EXTREMELY grateful. I'll PM you on that part.
    Jon

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    Re: MD-80/DC-9 cockpit components

    Hi Jon

    Tell us what you want Dimensions of, and I will try to get them.
    The plan is that on our website that all dimensions are posted in our project forum.
    Are there any dimensions you need here and now I can give you them right away (after Monday)
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