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aircraft part with attached wood - part number 2SK16134

Article about: Hi again, I am still not getting closer to identify the aircraft and the parts. Does anyone have an idea about this one? Marc

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    Default aircraft part with attached wood - part number 2SK16134

    Hi again,

    I am still not getting closer to identify the aircraft and the parts. Does anyone have an idea about this one?

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    Marc

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    Marc,keep going we will get there 1 day.

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    Could you give more information?
    many times the answer is in the question information.
    where you find it? any object more with it? Photo Front?
    help us help you.

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    Blanking plate?
    Can we see the other side?
    Is the block made of wood or bonded resin?
    Style of stamping looks British. Does the bolt have a number?
    Cheers
    Gary

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    Interesting that it's got a nyloc nut on the bolt. I don't know how long ago they came into use, but I suppose it could have been put on at any time, not necessarily original.

    Cheers, Willie.

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    Something just doesn't look right with that nut and bolt. It looks like a nyloc nut which would be incorrect for WW2 and the length looks too long with a course thread. It just looks wrong.

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    They did not have nyloc nuts in WWII, but they did have Fibreloc nuts. Both British and German aircraft used them.

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    Did they work along the same lines as the Nyloc? It just doesn't look right. The ally plate is fine, and the phenolic material looks Ok if not a little chunky but the nut and bolt....

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    Id still like to see a picture of the other side. Just because its an aircraft part doesn't mean its a ww2 aircraft part.
    Cheers
    Gary

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    Yes the fibreloc did work along the same lines as the nyloc.

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