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    Dual linked yokes (737)

    What options are out there for a 737 dual linked yoke setup?

    I can adapt some real ones myself (less preferred option), I know ACE make one (anyone know the price, they're not listed on the website). I also saw the Revolution SimProduct ones at Lelystad in 2010, but they're not showing in the web store either.

    Any other options you know of?

    Sean

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    Re: Dual linked yokes (737)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Nixon View Post
    What options are out there for a 737 dual linked yoke setup?

    I can adapt some real ones myself (less preferred option), I know ACE make one (anyone know the price, they're not listed on the website). I also saw the Revolution SimProduct ones at Lelystad in 2010, but they're not showing in the web store either.

    Any other options you know of?

    Sean
    Hi Sean,
    I have built my own Yoke. The columns I bought used. Then made ​​the rest themselves. The technique is not so hard if you know someone who can weld something to you.

    Pictures of my homemade you can find below:

    www.Homecockpit-737ng.blogspot.com

    Yoke in the folder

    Burkhard

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    Re: Dual linked yokes (737)

    Very nice Burkhard, thanks for the link to your website. I did consider building my own from real yokes, but thought it might be a nightmare. maybe I'll think again. What space do you have under the floor to suit your setup?

    Sean

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    Re: Dual linked yokes (737)

    The ACE dual linked yokes are CAN$ 3900 + shipping.

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    Re: Dual linked yokes (737)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Nixon View Post
    Very nice Burkhard, thanks for the link to your website. I did consider building my own from real yokes, but thought it might be a nightmare. maybe I'll think again. What space do you have under the floor to suit your setup?

    Sean

    Hi, Sean
    My platform is 260mm high

    Burkhard