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    737 yokes, where to buy

    It seemed that there were many sources to buy 737 yokes but I cannot find them anymore. I've almost finished my dual linked control column so I only need the yokes. I know Opencockpits have a captain version for around € 120 but they don't have the f/o version.
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    Re: 737 yokes, where to buy

    Just ordered some aluminium ones from simquip if that helps
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    Re: 737 yokes, where to buy

    Quote Originally Posted by Goldmember View Post
    It seemed that there were many sources to buy 737 yokes but I cannot find them anymore. I've almost finished my dual linked control column so I only need the yokes. I know Opencockpits have a captain version for around € 120 but they don't have the f/o version.
    I have a pair of Joe Cygans molded B737 Yoke handles for sale
    Never installed so need to be completed with wireing.
    F/O and CPT side = 100 € plus shipping for the pair.
    Not very heavy as they are hollow very strong fibreglass - you "fill them" after wireing.

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    Re: 737 yokes, where to buy

    Search in google images for 737 flight yokes. I was asking around on these forums for ideas on where to get the Airbus sidestick but when I googled Airbus Sidestick, I got more information than I could manage. Hope that helped.

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    Re: 737 yokes, where to buy

    hello captain..........
    two good sources for yokes.... both can make you CPT & F/O versions
    1. Dieter at Routech http://www.routech.ro/ routech@gmail.com
    or 2. Said in the Netherlands boeing7377ng@hotmail.com
    i'm not 100% sure, but i seem to remember Said was making these for Opencockpits.
    both very nice quality, i have both products.
    hope that helps you out captain.
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    Re: 737 yokes, where to buy

    Interesting, PM sent
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