SN  1054 Part Number Description Notes From Wbreeze.com
Year 1990 AN526C-832R6 SS #8 Machine Screw 3/8" length These are the R6 length stainless steel machine screws used to fasten the majority of the sheet metal panels to the fuselage. The nylon washers protect the paint from wearing away underneath the truss head of the screw.
 
The longer R8 screw works in places where several pieces come together or where the shorter screw won't reach.
AN526C-832R8 SS #8 Machine Screw 1/2" length  
04-00217 #8 Nylon washer  
AN526C-1032R8 SS #10 Machine Screw 1/2" length You'll find these larger radius #10 machine screws holding the sheet metal of the cowling around the engine, firewall and forward.
04-00218 #10 Nylon washer
4x1/4-A-TR-PH-SS #4 Sheet Metal 1/4" length Sheet metal screws
 
Most of the trim pieces attach with sheet metal screws. The rear part of the metal fuselage, where the covering transitions into fabric, is attached with #4 sheet metal screws, not machine screws.
4x3/8-A-TR-PH-SS #4 Sheet Metal 3/8" length  
6x3/8-A-TR-PH-SS #6 Sheet Metal 3/8" length I use the smallest screw that will tighten, then go to a longer screw up to 3/8", then go to a larger screw. These screws tend to loosen up and fall out with repeated removal and installation. I also use Permatex thread locker blue for screws that won't s
6x1/2-A-TR-PH-SS #6 Sheet Metal 1/2" length  
8x3/8-A-TR-PH-SS #8 Sheet Metal 3/8" length Sheet metal screws have points. Aircraft Spruce calls these "Type A." Do not confuse them with tinnerman screws, that have square ends.
8x1/2-A-TR-PH-SS #8 Sheet Metal 1/2" length  
10x3/8-A-TR-PH-SS #10 Sheet Metal 3/8" length  
4x3/8-B-TR-PH-SS #4 Truss head Type B Machine Screw 3/8" length The screws holding the banana together were originally machine screws threaded through the fiberglass. These were forever falling out.
 
My solution was to attach some Tinnerman nuts on the back-sides using black Permatex Gasket sealant. The 3/8" Tinnerman screw worked best for me here.
 
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A1776-4Z-1 #4 Tinnerman nut Aircraft Spruce catalog pages: "Type B" machine screws and Tinnerman hardware 
05-18400 Pressure fuel cap, 2" diameter The fuel cap that fits my tanks. Aircraft Spruce catalog page 
AN970-4 Flat Washer These are the screw and washer that attach the wheel faring to the wheel hub. I was losing these in the early days. With the right screw well tightened that problem has gone away. I still check these during preflight and occasionally find a need to tighte
AN526-C-428R12 SS Truss Screw
  Type II Bungee The Bungee MIL C-5651D date coding is as follows: Paired stripe indicates year in five year cycle beginning 2006 green, red, blue, yellow, black. Solo stripe indicates quarter being red, blue, green, yellow in that order.
SSD-120 30K Encoder
Gaskets
72059 Oil Dip Stick Gasket Aircraft Specialties Services 1-800-826-9252
aircraft-specialties.com
74068 Oil Dip Sitck O-Ring
61173 Oil Screen Housing Gasket
STD-2180 Oil return hoses
STD-1925 Rocker cover screws
62224 Magneto gasket with ears Aircraft Specialties
LW12681 Magneto gasket - round Aircraft Specialties
LW-13353 Sump Gasket
72053 Governor gasket
MS100009 Governor gasket w metal screen ACS pt# 10-01962
60096 Fuel Pump Gasket Aircraft Specialties
Hoses
AQ360-10D-0052 OIL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 111F417-10D 0052
AQ360-10D-0116 OIL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 111F417-10D 0116   x 2
AQ360-10D-0130 OIL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 111F417-10D 0130
AQ180-950002K0140 OIL SYSTEM Hoses Aviat AQ180-950002K0140 + F
AQ360-10D-0340 OIL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 111F417-10D 0340
AQ360-8D-0140 OIL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 111F417-8D 0140
AQ360-8D-0120 OIL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 111F417-8D 0120
AQ359-4D-0270 FUEL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 193000-4D 0270
AQ350-6-0270 FUEL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 111417-6S 0270
AQ350-6-0380 FUEL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 111417-6S 0380
AQ350-6-0260 FUEL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 111F417-6S 0260
AQ359-1/2-2D-0240 FUEL SYSTEM Hoses Aviall 818-997-5061 193311-2D 0240
AQ350-4D-0180 Brake Aviall 818-997-5061 111417-4S0180 x 2
AQ350-4D-0160 Brake Aviall 818-997-5061 111417-4S0160 x 2
LW-13175-4-172 Lycoming fuel Aviall 818-997-5061
LW-13181-6-254 Lycoming fuel Aviall 818-997-5061 111417-4S0172
111417-6S0254
AQ350-4-0120 Oil Pressure Gauge Hose
AQ350-3-0240 Fuel Pressure Gauge Hose
AQ359-3D-0160 Manifold Pressure Gauge Hose
Undercarriage
5:00 x 5 Type III 6 ply Tires Desser
Cleveland 66-106 Brake pad 
Maule SFSA-1-4 Tail wheel Wag Aero
1-0233-01 & 02 MLG Fairing Aviat
1-0233-03 MLG Fairing Foam Aviat
62990 Bugee cord Type II Aviat
Engine TBO = 1400 / 12 years
AEIO-360 A1E Engine
Slick 4372 Magneto  Omaha Airplane Supply (Lito 800-266-7508) and ACA
M3100 Magneto - Impulse coupling assembly ACS
61665 Magneto  - Drive gear Corona Cylinder
M2556 Magneto  - Cotter Pin
M3062 Magneto  - Oil Seal
M2536 Magneto - Woodruff key
LW-15473 Fuel Pump Aircraft Specialties
60096 Fuel Pump Gasket Aircraft Specialties
REM38E Spark Plug  - massive Sacramento Sky Ranch / ebay
REM38S Spark Plug - fine wire
Exhaust Uses PAL nuts for locking.
Exhaust Long bolt 10 x 32 x 4inch
Prop
HC-C2YR-4CF/FC7666A-2 Prop Hartzell
AU12962B Hub Santa Monica Propellers 310-390-6233 (Pete)
H15736-R   H15740-R Blades
F-6-58Z Governor S/N D44414TJ
Tensions
S1
Landing & Flying  1/4" 600-750
Tail 3/16"   250-325
S2
Landing & Flying   5/16"  750-1000
Tail 1/4"    225-400
By pulling sideways in the middle of the wire with a scale (like a fish scale), a 50lb force should cause a 1 inch to 1 and 1/4 inch deflection of the flying wire.
Fuel
Napa 23048 Fuel Filter Aviat
Brakes
66-106 Cleveland brake pads
Paint
Pontiac Red
I emailed Aviat Aircraft who own the Christen oil system brand.
I too had damaged the 'O' ring on the oil screen cavity plug, by it
being cut on the sharp edge of the bore when pushing the plug home.
This was the reply.
"Part number 30002-001 cross references over to part number
31947. This is the metal sump plug. The price is $50.51 ea. There
is not a croos-reference number for you to buy this anywhere but
from us.
The o-ring part number is 65921. The AS number is AS3578-111. If
you are unable to find it, I can send you some.
They are priced at $0.24 ea."
I found the AS3578-111 at a local supplier, so it should be readily
available.
I think the damage to the o-ring I experienced was similar. In the end I was able to get an o-ring, part number 50004-111,