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42537 ALCOR CHT SENDER LEAD TYPE J 240"

$82.85/Each
Part# 42537
MFR Model# 42537

Overview

Alcor CHT Leads, Type J, 8 OHM.
PMA/FAA approved.
   
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Specifications

  • Type: J - Black and Yellow
  • Resistance: 7.76 .20
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Reviews

Good product but I wanted to clarify that the install requires a very specific hole size of #30 drill bit-to hone. If you are replacing an EDI (or other non Alcor probe), and you have a hole larger than #30 drill, you will need an adapter for this.

Ernie
January 27, 2021

Hi All, The item arrived much quicker than I was expecting & has been fitted, test flown & found to be working just fine. Thanks for your prompt action and supply of a good product. Regards, Steve.

Steve L
June 29, 2020

So far very happy with the purchase, installed without issue and price was reasonable.

Cindy
September 3, 2019

These instruments work great for our test stand applications. Unfortunately I have discovered that we do not get our school discount when I order direct on-line. In order to get this discount, I must call in our orders, which adds time and inconvenience. Fortunately the phone order staff are always great and very helpful.

Letourneau U
May 17, 2021

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