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Copper Sleeves - MS51844 Series

From $0.24 to $3.85
Model
No.
Our
Part No.
Cable
Size
Sleeve Type Price Buy
MS51844-42
05-03288
1/16Plain Copper$0.24
Quantity
MS51844-43
05-03289
3/32Plain Copper$0.40
Quantity
MS51844-44
05-03290
1/8Plain Copper$0.95
Quantity
MS51844-45
05-03291
5/32Plain Copper$1.48
Quantity
MS51844-46
05-03292
3/16Plain Copper$3.35
Quantity
MS51844-22
05-03293
1/16Zinc Plated$0.24
Quantity
MS51844-23
05-03294
3/32Zinc Plated$0.49
Quantity
MS51844-24
05-03295
1/8Zinc Plated$1.04
Quantity
MS51844-25
05-03296
5/32Zinc Plated$1.93
Quantity
MS51844-26
05-03297
3/16Zinc Plated$3.85
Quantity
MS51844-82
15-09444
1/16Tin Plated$0.27
Quantity
MS51844-83
15-05074
3/32Tin Plated$0.45
Quantity
MS51844-84
15-05075
1/8Tin Plated$1.14
Quantity
MS51844-85
15-09445
5/32Tin Plated$1.66
Quantity
MS51844-86
15-09446
3/16Tin Plated$2.88
Quantity
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Overview

Oval shaped copper sleeves used in making eye or lap splices in flexible cable. Sleeves are slipped over the two strands of cable to be fastened and are then compressed with special Nicropress hand squeezers. Provides a bond that is even stronger than a standard splice. Plain copper and zinc coated sleeves are used with galvanized cable, and tin coated sleeves are to be used with stainless steel cable.

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Good quality. Will buy again.

Phill S Verified Purchase

ZINC SLEEVE 28-3-M MS51844-24

February 15, 2024

Good

Jose A Verified Purchase

COPPR SLEEVE 18-2-G MS51844-43

February 14, 2024

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ZINC SLEEVE 28-1-C MS51844-22

January 30, 2024

James G Verified Purchase

COPPER SLEEVE 18-1-C MS51844-42

January 30, 2024

James G Verified Purchase

TIN PLATED OVAL SLEEVES 1/16 SL2-2TP MS51844-82

January 30, 2024

Nice thanks

Kevin B Verified Purchase

COPPR SLEEVE 18-2-G MS51844-43

January 2, 2024

As ordered

Lane S Verified Purchase

COPPER SLEEVE 18-3-M MS51844-44

December 22, 2023

The Cooper sleeves M are very good quality! No Problems by pressing them. Perfekt!

Benjamin H Verified Purchase

COPPER SLEEVE 18-3-M MS51844-44

October 22, 2023

Pierre L Verified Purchase

COPPER SLEEVE 18-3-M MS51844-44

December 27, 2022

Right parts right price as always

John E Verified Purchase

ZINC SLEEVE 28-3-M MS51844-24

November 8, 2022

Q&A

Please note, Aircraft Spruce Canada's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce Canada assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: Which nicropress sleeves are used for stainless steel control cable?

Tin coated sleeves are used with stainless steel cable.

Q: Which tools are needed for fitting sleeves?

We have several installation tools to choose from. They are on page 775 of the 2013-2014 catalog. 12-12000, 12-12100, 12-12200, 12-12400, 12-00222, 12-02560, and 12-02561 are examples (see accessories). Verify the size tool will work with the sleeve to be used.

Q: Could you inform the procedure to installation the swaging sleeve MS51844-42 with the nicopress swaging tool 64-CGMP?

The proper cable sleeve swaging procedures are explained and illustrated in the FAA 43.13 acceptable, methods and practices publication.

Q: What is the part number for 1/4 inch diameter cable nicopress? You sell 1/4 inch cable, 1/4 inch thimbles, but I dont see the 1/4 inch nicopress...

See part # 04-01634

Q: What are zinc plated sleeves used for?

You would use zinc or tinned sleeves on stainless cables to avoid some corrosion issues.

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