UNKNOWN AIRCRAFT PART FOR IDENTIFICATION

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  1. Kurtl

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    Hi everybody.

    can anybody help me with identification of that aircraft part in the following pictures? I would like to know what exactly it is and from which aircraft it comes from. It probably was found in the czech republic some years ago. Many thanks in advance! Regards, Kurtl
     

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    #2 FLYBOYJ, Feb 10, 2015
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    That loos like a rudder/ elevator bellcrank assy from an L29 Delfin.
     
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    dont know what ac it is off of but it looks like a bell crank for control cables/rods. flyboy j will probably be able to ID it way better than i
     
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    see i told you so...lol. not only that he beat me too it.
     
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    #5 FLYBOYJ, Feb 10, 2015
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    I've been looking through some L29 manuals, I can't 100% identify it but I'm pretty sure its from an L29 or similar Czech aircraft. East bloc aircraft have bonding jumpers on everything.
     
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    thank's a lot gentlemen! I knew someone would help me here. any chance to see a technical drawing where it is located inside the aircraft? cheers
     
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    The L29 parts manual is too big to download here, but here's a link to a site that has a bunch of info about the aircraft.

    L-29 Manuals Downloads - L-29.Org

    I'm pretty sure its from a Czech or eastern bloc aircraft, I'm not 100% sure its from an L29, it might even be from an L39. If my hunch is correct it would be located towards the tail of the aircraft inside a fairing known as the "turtleback."
     
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