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Discussion in 'The Classifieds' started by meglin, Dec 19, 2016.
Any plastic fairings for Cessna-172.
The material - fiberglass.
High strength, light weight.
Vlad, what are your prices for wingtips and horizontal tail for the Cessna Cardinal? Are they PMA or STC? Are they primed?
$225 and $150 - 1 pcs.
Yes, fairings are covered with soil.
Very good example of why these parts can't be used on a US certified aircraft.
As for the certified aircraft - absolutely agree.
I participated in the development, testing and certification of aircraft X-32. I am totally against the use of it other people's parts and assemblies.
Aren't C172's generally certified? Not trying to bust your chops, they look like really great replacement parts. I'm just wondering what your model is if you're pitching these for certified aircraft which appears to be the case for your fairings/wheel pants/wooden props.
In this case, the fairings may be used only Eksperimental category.
Wouldn't they fall under the owner-produced-parts category if they buyer 'sent him some specs'?
Or acted as the QC. Or had to enlarge the holes to fit... Or or or or
The requirements for parts to be considered owner-produced are described in advisory circular AC 20-62. I've been researching this because I've made a few 3D printed cosmetic parts for my own Grumman that I would like to share with other owners on http://www.shapeways.com and want to make sure I'm staying on the legal side of the law.
Owner/Operator Produced Part: Parts that were produced by an owner/operator for installation on their own aircraft (i.e., by a certificated air carrier). An owner/operator is considered a producer of a part, if the owner participated in controlling the design, manufacture, or quality of the part. Participating in the design of the part can include supervising the manufacture of the part or providing the manufacturer with the following: the design data, the materials with which to make the part, the fabrication processes, assembly methods, or the quality control (QC) procedures.
Also, in the tradition of poadeleted20 here is a chief counsel opinion on the topic.
Ending the keel
The lower and upper fairings of the wing struts
8.00х6.5 500*240 mm Tundra
Various fairings for Cessna planes continue to be sent to various countries around the world.
Any plastic fairings for Cessna.
The range of fairings is continuously expanding.
These are the upper fairings of the "fuselage-spring" on the C-172
Now in our city is made almost the entire range of plastic parts for Cessna aircraft. Of course, this is only suitable for the Experimental category. But our products are not less than 10 years.
How many Cessna 172s do you know of that are EXP,
We have at least half of the total fleet of such aircraft. Features of our local market.
Can you make parts for the 1966 C150F? Rudder bottom fairing.
Who else needs plastic parts for different types of Cessna? We have also mastered plastic cabin panels. All parts are exceptionally durable and last much longer.
Cessna150 door panels? Door pillers? And the instrument panel covers?
At the moment, we do not have the panels that you requested on the C-150.
But we have other interior details on the C-150.
This is Central Console and Post Covers (is flaps). All of our parts are made of structural fiberglass, by vacuum molding.
Do not be afraid of ultraviolet and mechanical shock.
We are now working to give us these parts, all the internal plastic in production at C-150.
Look at the photo. Maybe you need some of these details.