Need close up pics of F-14 Tomcat spinner

By vid1900

6 years ago


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  • Latest reply 6 years ago by wizzardz
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#1 6 years ago

I'm restoring a F-14 and need some closeup pictures of the spinner.

The one I have, I'm not sure is original.

Does somebody have the game and KNOW for a fact that they have the correct spinner installed?


#2 6 years ago

not the best pics but hope it helps...

spinfront.jpg spinback.jpg

#3 6 years ago

Thanks, you rock!

Can you uncrop a little so I can see the wire bend on both sides of the target?

#4 6 years ago

Unless you're absolutely against it, I recommend the F-14 decals on ebay. I ordered the new Yagov & Landing/Lock decals -- they look fantastic, were high quality, and shipped fast.

#5 6 years ago

Hope these work better. Zoomed out a bit

spinfront2.jpg spinback1.jpg

#6 6 years ago

OK, I see yours has the nylon washers at the switch shaft, but not on the two ends.

The one on my machine has a total of 4 nylon washers on it.

Is that how everyone's is?

#7 6 years ago

My FT spinner is setup just like this with the two nylon washers...

#8 6 years ago

Mine has three on one side (switch arm side) and one on the other. Two are on either side of the switch arm and two are on the extreme end of the support wire where they meet the bracket


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