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Old 09-09-2016, 08:07   #31
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Re: Autopilot: Linear vs. Rotary Drive

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thank you all for your feedback!
Based on the information, I'm using the sprocket that's already installed and replacing the rotary drive.
That's a good move , what kind of drive was it that failed?


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Re: Autopilot: Linear vs. Rotary Drive

It was so old there was no markings left. It resembles a block: 11" x 10" x 5" tall and bolted to the underside of the cockpit footwell, right over the engine.
The classic boat anchor.

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