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 Post subject: WTB: Beech or Cygnet Control Wheels + adapters
PostPosted: 28 Jan 2022, 12:30 
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Hi,

for our new-to-us 35-C33 we‘re looking for two Beech or Cygnet „ram“ control wheels and respective adapters to replace the older one-piece slim wheels. Ideally with Pitch Trim, PTT and AP Disconnect buttons already installed.

Thanks a lot, Matthias


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 Post subject: Re: WTB: Beech or Cygnet Yokes + adapters
PostPosted: 28 Jan 2022, 12:47 
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Hi,

for our new-to-us 35-C33 we‘re looking for two Beech or Cygnet „ram“ yokes and respective adapters to replace the older one-piece slim yokes. Ideally with Pitch Trim, PTT and AP Disconnect buttons already installed.

Thanks a lot, Matthias

FWIW, the component you hold in your hand(s) to manipulate the airplanes control surfaces is usually called a "Control Wheel" while the arm that the wheel is mounted on in a Bonanza is often called a "Yoke".

From your description I assume you're looking for two "Control Wheels" not two yokes. You might get a better response if you altered the thread title to reflect that.

And to that end I have one Beech wheel I don't need that mounts to a triangular flat plate so I think you'd need an adapter to attach this to your yoke.

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 Post subject: Re: WTB: Beech or Cygnet Control Wheels + adapters
PostPosted: 28 Jan 2022, 13:13 
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Thanks for your input. I have changed the title and text.

I‘ll send you a PM about your wheel.


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 Post subject: Re: WTB: Beech or Cygnet Yokes + adapters
PostPosted: 28 Jan 2022, 15:38 
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FWIW, the component you hold in your hand(s) to manipulate the airplanes control surfaces is usually called a "Control Wheel" while the arm that the wheel is mounted on in a Bonanza is often called a "Yoke".

From your description I assume you're looking for two "Control Wheels" not two yokes. You might get a better response if you altered the thread title to reflect that.


Also, FWIW this is the "For Sale - Aviation Other" forum so Matthias, you've posted in the wrong place. There is a separate one for "Want to Buy" and you might get even better responses if you post in the correct forum.


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 Post subject: Re: WTB: Beech or Cygnet Control Wheels + adapters
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The only "yoke" in my Bo (or IPC) is in the landing gear system.

I do have a single control arm, thought.

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