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    Rudder Pedal Torque Tube Bushings

    My plane, 1965 A23, just went through annual and the mechanic provided
    me with a list of items that need to be fixed to finalize the annual.
    One of them was that "...the pilot's left rudder pedal torque tube
    bushing missing..." Within the parts manual it does not display a
    bushing/washer for the outside brackets on the torque tubes, just on
    the inside (4 total). Indeed, the repair manual makes note of that
    the outside should not have the nylon bushings installed because of
    possible complications due to friction heat. I inspected another A23
    on my field that is undergoing rebuild and noted that it has the
    washer/bushings installed on both outer ends of the torque tube.
    Evidently, the mechanic who did the annual is used to seeing them like
    this. Before I go back and dispute this, can someone give me some
    guidance on this. Is there a modification out there that I am
    unfamiliar with that requires the installation of the washer/bushings
    on the outer ends?

    Thanks!

    Woodie





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    Rudder Pedal Torque Tube Bushings

    Woodie, I’m not going to have time to research this for you today. Have you
    read through the list of Service Communiqués that can be downloaded from the
    BAC Website, under Technical?



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    Subject: [musketeermail] Rudder Pedal Torque Tube Bushings



    My plane, 1965 A23, just went through annual and the mechanic provided
    me with a list of items that need to be fixed to finalize the annual.
    One of them was that "...the pilot's left rudder pedal torque tube
    bushing missing..." Within the parts manual it does not display a
    bushing/washer for the outside brackets on the torque tubes, just on
    the inside (4 total). Indeed, the repair manual makes note of that
    the outside should not have the nylon bushings installed because of
    possible complications due to friction heat. I inspected another A23
    on my field that is undergoing rebuild and noted that it has the
    washer/bushings installed on both outer ends of the torque tube.
    Evidently, the mechanic who did the annual is used to seeing them like
    this. Before I go back and dispute this, can someone give me some
    guidance on this. Is there a modification out there that I am
    unfamiliar with that requires the installation of the washer/bushings
    on the outer ends?

    Thanks!

    Woodie



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