69-7300 MB Mk-H7
Ejection Seat Restoration
Assembly
OK. Time to do the sub-assemblies and final assembly. Get all them manuals I said to get and photos I
said to take all together.  Some WD-40 or CRC 5-56 and a can of 3 in 1 oil. You'll see where you need
this during assembly. An old thick blanket to lay on the floor would be handy too. Don't want to
scratch that new paint. I put the head box together first, then the bucket and finally the rails. No set
way to do it. Whatever makes you happy. Have fun!
I made new labels
forthe survival pack.
The duplicate canopy initiator and inertia reel gas
generator that I make. They have been replaced
with real ones.
New ground egress and
center eject handles.
New upper eject handles.
I didn't have the duplicate rocket
motor or the SEWARS when I did
this project and took the photos.
New ground egress handle, center
eject handle and parachute pack back
plate were purchased  from Chad
LeBeau of Aviation Artifacts in St.
Louis.
COMPLETED SEAT
SEAT WITHOUT
PARACHUTE
CONTAINER
AND
SURVIVAL PACK
HOME
Mk-92 ROCKET PACK
DUPLICATE Mk-92
ROCKET PACK MOUNTED
The duplicate could not be made in one
piece requiring the disassembly of the
real Rocket Pack. It was then bead
blasted and thoroughly cleaned. RTV
molds were made. As a number of tubes
are the same, only one mold was made for
each. The molds were poured with a high
strength resin, mold marks cleaned up
and painted gloss white. All the labels are
reproductions that I had made.

Many thanks to John Nitka of ACE
Resin. He did all of the hard work. All I
did was the labels.
New center eject handle.