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    737 Landing gear lever

    best place for new 737 Landing gear lever

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    Re: 737 Landing gear lever

    GLB Products I think.

    www.geremy.co.uk

    139 plus shipping....

    Other brands cost alot more....
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    Re: 737 Landing gear lever

    yes looks good but don't think he sell me 1

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    Re: 737 Landing gear lever

    Quote Originally Posted by dazchad View Post
    best place for new 737 Landing gear lever
    I think the MIP is the best place for it.


    Sorry, couldn't resist.

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    Re: 737 Landing gear lever

    Quote Originally Posted by notgotaclue View Post
    I think the MIP is the best place for it.


    Sorry, couldn't resist.
    hahaha

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    Re: 737 Landing gear lever

    have to agree here. Geremy brought one here to show me when he visited and i was so impressed, i bought one. really is a nice piece of kit for the money. includes front panel which is exceptionally nice quality and the knob's illuminated into the bargain.
    whyat do you mean 'don't think he sell me 1' no businessman in his right mind turns down biz
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    Re: 737 Landing gear lever

    Send me an email Darren, we will sort something out.
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