A complete receiving inspection is performed on each camshaft. The camshaft is degreased, cleaned and magnetic particle inspected, then a detailed evaluation and dimensional inspection is accomplished. Repairs are performed, including regrinding lobes to the original profile and taper. Final inspection of the camshaft includes dimensional checks and a second Magnetic Particle inspection. An FAA 8130 maintenance release is issued for return to service, and the unit is custom packaged for shipping.
Recondition and Certify
|4 Cylinder Camshaft (Lycoming / Continental)||$145.00|
|6 Cylinder Camshaft (Lycoming / Continental)||$170.00|
|8 Cylinder Camshaft (Lycoming)||$255.00|
|4 Cylinder Camshaft (Franklin)||$235.00|
|6 Cylinder Camshaft (Franklin)||$265.00|
Camshafts Inspect and Certify
|4 Cylinder Camshaft||$90.00|
|6 Cylinder Camshaft||$108.00|
|Repair Propeller Governor Gear Mount Area (Continental)||$240.00|
|Chrome Repair Main Journals (Continental P/N 4546, 24231 and 40584)||$370.00|
|Machine Second Key Slot (Continental Governor Gear Mount Area)||$92.00|
|Apply Manganese Phosphate Coating||$57.00|
|Inspection Fee, Non-repairable||$25.00|
Prices listed above are “per item” and do not include parts, except where noted. All prices USD.
Five day turnaround is normally available upon request for all items above except crankshafts requiring re-nitriding.
Certain items may be issued a Dual Release (FAA/EASA). Prices are subject to change without notice.
Enter the part number without the leading prefix.
Example: LW10207, enter as 10207.
This will provide all equivalent options: LW-10207, AEL10207, SL10207 and ASC10207 plus any over/under sizes.
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