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Brake + Rudder Pedals

Jon Matcho

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Just realized I hijaaked Steve's thread, so I split off to here...


what? hmmm.. oh! sorry, was asleep at the keyboard =)

As long as you weren't drooling...


Yeah pedals... for what? Long-ez?

For MY current project of course -- Cozy Mark IV-sized please. :)


For the Cozy we are going to offer some with swinging links instead of sliders.

Not sure what you have in mind, but I trust it will be good. Keep it light and I'm in for one.


I think there are a lot of slow-and-steady builders (with kids in the house) that don't own welders or other machine shop stuff that will definitely be looking to buy these parts over the next few years. I know that's hard to budget for, but I can tell you that I WILL buy your parts if they are as good AND as light as the plans designs.


Do you need a deposit?

Jon Matcho :busy:
Builder & Canard Zone Admin
Now:  Rebuilding Quickie Tri-Q200 N479E
Next:  Resume building a Cozy Mark IV

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Just as light. Theres a significant number who want one master cylinder on one side of the NG-30 and the other on the other NG-30. This dictates heavier torque tubes otherwise the left pedal feels spongey.

It's these kind of variables that have delayed our offering a product.

I suspect we'll have "options" =)

Regards, Chrissi

CG Products


Cozy Mk-IV RG 13B Turbo

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