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Home made Rudder Pedals, Yokes or Throttle Quadrants

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Anyone who build homemade rudder pedals, Yokes, or Throttle quadrants. Wouldn't you be more than kind to share your experience on the mechanical sturcture, wiring, or how did you come up with ideas or plans. Also, you could post your pictures on the progress or completion on this forum topic. Thanks

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Guest Dodiano

Dude your Yoke is amazing Man congratylations it is an excellent piece of work.Taek care.Roberto

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I guess you know about my DIY cockpit controls doc in the AVsim library (search for DIY) or the HTML version in the How-To section at flightsim? It describes yoke, pedals and lots of other stuff. Roland

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im in the production phase on my dual yoke system. A friend is coming over to weld the parts together any day now.I'll put some pictures on my soon-to-be-website.Meanwhile, take a look at these pics from a technical component guid for the 737ngTell me if these pictures are interesting and ill scan the whole book :-)Regards/ Olle Ramsberg, Swedenhttp://forums.avsim.com/user_files/26625.jpghttp://forums.avsim.com/user_files/26626.jpghttp://forums.avsim.com/user_files/26627.jpg

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Here is a few pics from my home build,everything was built from scratch and is designed to be made on a budget.The most expensive thing so far is the masterpilot pictured at the top of the throttle quadrant.When i have completed everything i will release some plans if i get enough interest.

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