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 Posted: Wed Dec 4th, 2019 07:12 pm
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John Fengel
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I have the GE 12" Fan Cage pictured below and trying to tell if it's meant for a BMY a Pancake or it could be used for either one. Any help appreciated.
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 Posted: Wed Dec 4th, 2019 08:38 pm
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William Dunlap
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Checking on the gallery, it looks like this is one of the most common cages on GE's. The very last pancakes, BMY's sidewinders and others use a cage just like this.
However, hang on a bit until others chime in. I'm sure there are detail differences, ie. in the badges or ring connectors and the like.
Cheers,
Bill

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 Posted: Wed Dec 4th, 2019 09:57 pm
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John Fengel
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William Dunlap wrote: Checking on the gallery, it looks like this is one of the most common cages on GE's. The very last pancakes, BMY's sidewinders and others use a cage just like this.
However, hang on a bit until others chime in. I'm sure there are detail differences, ie. in the badges or ring connectors and the like.
Cheers,
Bill


Thanks Bill! I compared it to a pancake and BMY I have and it looked like that's what it goes to but thought I would just check.
John

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