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Husky Control Lock Cl110 Short

$79.85/Each
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Part# 13-21226
MFR Model# CL110

Overview

This control lock is easy to install and positively locks the ailerons and elevator of the Husky only.

Gust lock is manufactured using 6061T3 aluminum.

The control stick clamping portion has a protective sleeve to prevent damage to special control handles.

The latching mechanism is tow locking buttons that cannot come loose until released by the pilot which insures the owners that their ailerons and elevators are safe from wind damage.

The control lock is red anodized with a "Remove Before Flight" decal, and each unit comes complete with instructions in a 4" x 4" x 12" box.
Only weighs 3 1/2 ounces.

 

   
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Reviews

Says it fits a Husky, and it probably fits some. My particular A-1B with the factory standard under panel avionics rack for radio and transponder is not comparable with this control lock. Control lock doesn’t open wide enough to go around factory avionics stack. If husky has no under panel avionics stack, this probably works just fine.

Jared M Verified Purchase

HUSKY CONTROL LOCK C110 SHORT

November 14, 2021

Fits perfectly. Looks great. Well made!

Kent W
May 12, 2021

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