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Unread 04-20-22, 05:39 PM
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Cowl flap motor rebuilder

This chap mentioned w great reviews on facebook page for 337s

Thought I would cut n paste for others FYI

"Jerry D. Brown -I just had my rear cowl flap motor rebuilt by Matt Elder, MaxQ Composites, 1-207-408-4965. Cowl flaps operate great now"

Matt Elder, MaxQ Composites, 1-207-408-4965
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Matt is a GREAT guy! Really helped me out and is working on an alternate motor system. In fact, I have been in touch with him last week as I am having intermittent issues. If it trouble shoots to the motor, off to him it goes. Treated me really well on the front motor.
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Front Cowl Motor

Matt just rebuilt a front cowl motor for me, works great and very reasonable. Thanks to this website for all the useful information it provides. Joe
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Cost

What sort of cost was involved in front/rear cowl flap motors?
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Front Cowl Motor

The gear on the rotor shaft was slipping (I ended up breaking the gear, my bad) the gear was replaced along with a serviceable planetary gear set (some components were missing from the unit) at a cost of 350.00 + shipping.
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Thanks for sharing
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