Posts Tagged ‘lycoming’

IO 540 out of a Cessna 182T for sale

Friday, April 6th, 2018

Just in, just pulled off the front of 182T we just got in: Lycoming IO-540-AB1A5 engine.

235 Total time since new

It does have a prop strike, and we did dial check it and dye-check the crank. More pictures at the link, $37,500, what you see in the picture(s), call…


Lycoming O 360 engine for sale

Friday, August 21st, 2015

Lycoming O360-A4K
3028TT, 1036 SMOH by a repair station in 2002, complete logs

Light prop strike, crank dialed at .001 and no flange cracks observed on dye-check.

O 360 Lycoming just in

Friday, September 26th, 2014

We told you about the

Cherokee just in — engine & more!

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

Update: The engine’s been sold

Just, just now, in, a older Cherokee -160 model.

Fuselage corrosion on the annual brought it to our attention, but overall clean and well maintained. Includes a Lycoming O 320 with only 20 hours since overhaul and, to be sure we’re clear here, no prop strike. (So yes, has a good prop.)

Flight controls are all good at first look, two good wings with what appears to be recent fuel tanks. Has a Mark 12D radio and a Garmin 30o GPS. If you’re looking for straight-wing Cherokee parts, this is what you want!

Call with your needs, Tim or Alex can help you.


IO 360 L2A from a Cessna 172S

Friday, October 11th, 2013

As discussed previously, we have the Cessna 172S in the shop now, and with it the engine.

It’s a Lycoming IO 360 fuel-injected 180 horse with a fixed-pitch prop as appropriate for this model aircraft; the engine has about 1,940 hours on it. Log books are here and intact.

We’re advertising this engine elsewhere at $22,500.

2000 Cessna 172S Skyhawk SP on the way

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Lots, lots and lots of good parts for those of you with the need. This is a late-model airplane, not hurt especially bad after an short-of-runway landing. It includes a King stack (this including two KX 155A radios, and a KT 76C transponder) and a 1,900 hour engine with no prop strike.

We expect to be unloading it tomorrow; call with your needs.

We’ll be putting a picture up tomorrow as well.

Update: It’s here


2000 Cessna 172SP for parts, coming soon

Friday, September 20th, 2013

Check it out: On the way in is a ’00 172 in good shape all told, with a no prop-strike engine, mostly good airframe, good interior, on and on.

No airframe tag so this will not sell as a rebuilder, we’re parting it out.

See that little bit of wing damage in that one photo? We can fix that, no problem.




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Lycoming 360 crankshaft and case

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Just in, out of

Glastar 2+2 with Lycoming IO 390

Monday, May 6th, 2013


Very new and just in the door is this ’08 completion Glastar (Experimental certification). On its nose is a Lycoming Experimental-spec IO 390 engine, 210 horse power rating with GAMI.

The aircraft is (was) on Montana amphib floats, one of which is especially damaged, one is intact.

Log books here, flown regularly prior to the incident.

The bad news is the plane was in the water, although we’ve drained the

Lycoming O360 A1D

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Sold! Thanks

That Mooney we just flew in has a no prop-strike engine on it (as discussed in the previous post).

The mags were just overhauled, and the oil cooler was replaced recently as well.

Lycoming 180 horse O-360 A1D, field overhaul in ’97, 361 hours ago. Call.

Here’s a (QuickTime) vid of the engine being run (we’ll get some pictures up, but lets not kid ourselves, it looks like an O-360 in a Mooney).