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    Trim Wheel

    The part number is 169-524022. The last time they sold one, Beech priced
    this at $600+ (which is crazy). They have none now. There is a faint
    chance that I have one in my KSGJ maintenance hangar, but I won't know until
    after Christmas. Let me know if you want me to look while I am down there.
    You can also check with the suppliers and salvage yards listed in BAC.

    When you pull a trim wheel, the grommets are usually all worn out. PN
    115005-2; you need two of them. RAPID has plenty of them for eighty-eight
    cents each. Everyone ought to order a couple in their next parts order. If
    there is enough interest, I'll stock a few of them for member convenience,
    but I would have to price them a bit above my cost from RAPID (plus


    From: []
    On Behalf Of Robert C. Lavigne
    Sent: Friday, December 16, 2005 7:29 PM
    Subject: [musketeermail] Trim Wheel

    Well ...I finally did it

    While trying to check an overhead light bulb I knelt on a front seat and my
    knee slipped and snapped the trim wheel.

    Does anyone have the vaguest idea what the part number might be for the
    plastic trim wheel in a 1969 Be 23 ( M1242 ) and where one might be found?

    Also if anyone has an idea as to how such a critter is changed... any hints
    will be hugely appreciated.

    Thanks to all

    Bob Lavigne
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    [musketeermail] Trim Wheel

    There is a nice trim wheel on my 'totaled' Musketeer (now in the
    possession of The AIG Insurance company). Going to the AIG web site will

    reveal the disposition of the 'remains' . I recommend that all Mice
    needing parts (other than outer skins) look to N2327L for some good
    Bill Passinos
    I'm in the midst of a 'shopping' frenzy for a Christmas present (that
    flies). I will keep the group up to date on my progress.
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    Not sure whether the poster still needs one, but I am putting a new (not salvage) trim wheel up in the BAC Classifieds for $200. The going rate for a salvage unit is $250. This is the new unit with the half-inch diameter shaft bonded in. I don't know where the @#$%^ I put the paperwork, but I can send certification of Beech origin if required.

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    I just ran across a few new trim wheels that I can re-sell for $100. They are genuine New-Old-Stock Beech trim wheels, but I don't have any paperwork on them. I think they are still somewhere north of $600 at RAPID, but they don't have any anyhow. As originally advertised, I will furnish two new Nylon bushings with the wheel. Here is the BAC Classified ad:

    Trim Wheel

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    Hello - saw the thread on trim wheel - am looking for one for a 1963 Mouse. Stephan 954 494 4743

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    Check with Chad at Hammerhead [678-591-0128]. He seems to be able to find these types of parts. Monty Spencer [864-923-0574] also has a stash of parts. These guys would be the first I would check with.
    Last edited by mvanover; 02-26-2013 at 05:53 PM. Reason: update with phone number
    Marty Vanover
    Oro Valley, Az.
    Sierra N65128

    Where "Sandy Beech" has landed.

  7. #7
    Also, watch eBay, there was one for $25 several months ago.


    Rap McBurney

  8. #8
    Thank you MVANOVER for the lead, and UNCLERAP for the tip, Monty (such a nice helpful guy) was able to take care of me. So my four week search is finally over and I will be in the air again soon.

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    Congratulations, Stephan! Glad our old friend Monty was able to assist you!

    Another happy BAC member!
    All for one!
    Chris Linderman
    BAC Founding Member
    Sierra N5106M
    KSUN (Hailey, ID)

    States visited by N5106M

  10. #10
    If anyone needs to know how to repair your broken trim wheel I would be glad to show you how. And yes, it's simple.
    Bill Wright at

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