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07 Apr 2023 15:42 #1 by Ken Thompson
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I have the standard “pretzel” yoke. My push to talk button is a microswitch embedded in the yoke hub cover, easily operated with the thumb of your left hand without moving the hand on the yoke.

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19 Mar 2023 01:21 - 19 Mar 2023 01:36 #2 by Warren Hampton
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All shafts are the same dia. Hole locations may diff. The hard part is getting the Erco wheel off... The C and CD shafts are the same length but with diff up stop hole locations. E and G  with F1, F1A are longer. Alons are shorter M10 ??  7/8" O.D 
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09 Feb 2023 15:04 #3 by David Gilson
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Thanks for the quick response. I was interested because they are "standard" yokes that I'm used to and a ptt switch can be easily mounted where a thumb can get to it. Currently the ptt is on the instrument panel.

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09 Feb 2023 14:43 #4 by Larry Snyder
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If memory serves, they require a different size control shaft. It’s not a simple unbolt and swap. I like the looks of the pretzels. Plus they say “Ercoupe” at least if you have the right covers…

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09 Feb 2023 14:14 #5 by David Gilson
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I'm considering installing ramshorn yokes on my 415c, is this a big production or just a few bolts. The paperwork included references cutting, this sounds a little offputting to me because once I cut something, I can't go back.
any info will be helpful..
thanks

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