NOTE – I no longer supply these components or in kit form. Someone figured out those little screws and nuts are valuable and I would rather stay out of the high-price competition. I do have a surplus of the screws if you would like to purchase those, $5 each.
Save a bunch; buy this kit.
The photo below shows the content of the Hi-Shear Rivet Kits; however this is not how Piper packages their kits. Their P/N 760-835 “HI-SHEAR RIVET REPLACEMENT” as described in their literature states materials required for one fitting; the kit I provide, pictured above, is for all four fittings including the cover plates; i.e. one kit for the entire airframe, not four kits @ $176.98 each [w/o cover plates] as you would from Piper. This is Piper’s recommended method; not an AMOC. The prevailing wisdom is to do all four at one time, rather than as necessary. If you’re tempted to repair only the loose one[s], would logic not suggest the others will follow?
Another small mention; at the February 2009 Laughlin, Nevada fly-in we discovered one 400 Comanche with loose rivets in the tail cone bulkhead. That condition was discovered during the inspection for loose stabilator bearings and/or loose rivets in the mounting blocks.