It is the responsibility of any aircraft owner to determine if a particular part will safely fit their exact aircraft year, make, model, and serial number.
At Univair, we have a large library of aircraft parts manuals, reference drawings, blueprints and other resources that allow us to research parts and modifications for many makes and models of classic and antique aircraft.
Keep in mind that we can only provide information on the makes and models of aircraft that we support; to see the full list of supported airplanes click here. Univair cannot provide information for makes and models outside of our current line, nor for home-built or experimental designs.
We can determine if a part is approved for your particular aircraft model based on what has been done in the last 70 or so years, but we cannot determine if a part will fit your exact aircraft due to changes or modifications done by you or previous owners.
On some airplanes like Luscombes, parts have to be hand fit and may need some reworking by you to get the part to fit exactly.
For help in researching parts, contact our sales department with your questions. However, keep in mind that it is ultimately the aircraft owner's responsibility to determine if a particular part will safely fit their exact aircraft year, make, model, and serial number. If you purchase a product for your airplane based on information from a Univair employee, our website, catalog, marketing materials or help articles and it doesn't fit, your sole remedy is to return the part per our Returns & Refunds Policy.
NOTE: We are not A&P mechanics and cannot offer installation help on parts.