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    New Glass Panel For Standard width Super Cub

    I have a custom fabricated entire Glass Panel for a PA 18 Super Cub
    It has an Aspen mounted flush to panel, mounted beside a Garmin 796 also flushed mounted to appear to be matching set in size.
    Then there is a JPI 930 Monitor with all probes set up for a Super Cub with 160 Hp. (This can be reprogrammed for other)
    A standby 2 1/4 inch airspeed , Mid Cont. clock with two USB
    NAT AA85 intercom. All the lower switches are also cut into panel. It’s a bolt in complete panel to be everything and more than any could imagine in Cub. Everything was purchased 100 percent new only 4 years ago and 150 hours ago.
    Panel fabrication was done very professionally labeled and painted dark grey, ready for install. There a mostly complete wiring harness to install this panel with very little work
    Many hours went into the planning and fabricating of this panel to fit the Cub.
    Rileyaviation@gmail.com
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    How does that 796 mount in the panel?
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    The panel has a custom metal mounting on back side of metal which holds Aspen the Garmin 796 and JPI 930. The avionics shop made the mounting.

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