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MCFARLANE CESSNA TORQUE LINK KIT TL-KT-1

$244.95/Each
Part# 05-04427
MFR Model# TL-KT-1

Overview

TL-KT-1 Torque Link Kit for Cessna aircraft that have both upper and lower spacers measuring 2 inches long (containing two MC0543047-1 spacers).

For kit details and aircraft eligibility see document below.

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Reviews

Prompt delivery, parts fit perfectly, no more shimmy shake! Happy customer.

Guy O
October 18, 2021

The kit was able to remove all play in the scissors link. Removing the old parts needs heat and arbor press.

Falcon A Verified Purchase

NOSE GEAR LINK REPAIR KIT TL-KT-1

June 22, 2021

Who knew that All 172s DIDNT shimmy. Well played. Complete.

Michael R Verified Purchase

NOSE GEAR LINK REPAIR KIT TL-KT-1

June 2, 2021

Part was perfect. Service was fast and friendly

Jim M
March 11, 2021

The kit had lots of parts and it was the right parts. Lots of spare shims It worked great!

Dave L
January 5, 2021

Great kit - instructions from McFarlane made it easy to install.

Mark F
December 4, 2020

So far, so good. Looks like all the parts are included and are going to work perfectly.

Dennis E
November 11, 2020

FANTASTIC! Cessna 150 had a terrible shimmy when breaks were applied during taxi above 40 MPH, or from a tail wind. Found out the torque link had a significant amount of play on the bolts. Replaced old hardware with this kit. Wowzers! A world of difference. Shimmy is 100% gone. Sanded old bushings down on one side till they were flush with the torque link. Used hydrolic press to push both bushings out (used a little heat), used freezer to shrink the new bushings (with a little grease). Easy install after the bushings were replaced. This kit should be renamed: “The Shimenator!”

Patrick E
April 11, 2020

Fit real well with no problem.

Harold H
December 17, 2019

Great kit with everything included. You will be challenged to get the old bushings out. Be careful and drill one bushings lip off and then you can press out both bushings the one way (you will have to perform this task 3 times). Press in new bushings and most of the hard work is done.

Michael S
March 19, 2019

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.

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