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(OP)
Hi,
Can anyone direct me to a cross-reference list or description/drawings for AGS part numbers?
Thanks

RE: AGS

I have several technical manuals from older British military aircraft, which use a lot of AGS hardware. If this is what you are referring to, then I might be able to help. I don't know if there is a website, or on-line directory as such.

RE: AGS

(OP)
Thanks Jetphxr.
My company distributes engineering fasteners to the Aerospace industry and are often requested to quote for AGS part numbers. We get so many, it would just be convenient for us to have access to a list of part numbers and descriptions.
Thanks again.

RE: AGS

Pompey,

I don't know of a web site with all the details you require, but for MS & NAS parts , etc. the following book may be of use:

Aircraft Hardware Standards Manual and Engineering Reference
by S J Dzik
ISBN 0879940123

I think Amazon.com has some sample pages available.

The AGS part numbers in this book are for MS / NAS / etc.  For company stanadard AGS parts (i.e. where a company assigns its own part number to a normal MS or NAS part) you will have to request access to the company standard parts manual on a case-by-case basis.

Regards,
   Rikman

RE: AGS

You could also try e-mailing the Society of British Aerospace Constructors via their website at www.SBAC.co.uk

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