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1 year 3 days ago #982

There are two bolts and nuts on each seat that are adjustable and determine the angle of the seat back. I am in need of one of the nuts that fits on the bolt and is used to lock the seat back in a fixed angle. Any idea as to where to get one.

Pete Hecht
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1 year 3 days ago #983

I am not 100% sure I know what you are asking about, but I would guess that it is just a standard AN315-4 nut. It is also possible that they used a jam nut in that application which would be an AN316-4.

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1 year 1 day ago #984

Thanks for the reply but the nuts you listed are not what I am looking to find. The nut in question is about 1 inch long and is used to adjust the angle of the seat back. I cannot locate a part number. Two are located on the back of each of the six seats.

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1 year 1 day ago #985

I don't recall seeing an inch long nut before. I don't suppose you have a picture.

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11 months 4 weeks ago #988

This is the nut I am looking to find. Any ideas as to where or part number? Thanks

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11 months 4 weeks ago #989

You can email Piper at ; make one out of hex stock, or just use a standard nut as the jam nut which is what Piper used to do.

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