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PostPosted: Thu Feb 07, 2008 10:34 am 
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Hi guys,

we're looking for a parts supplier other than Mohawk technologies LLC, AWAM and Carolinas Aviation Museums, please.
Need manuals, spares and tools.
Aircraft will be located in France but will ship with a bunch of spares.
Any lead?


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Try Air Heritage in Beaver Falls, PA US. Phone 724-843-2820.

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here are some places to try

Aeronautica plus manuals
Box 26646
Colorado Springs, CO 80936
719-536-0474
Fax 719-536-9554
719-536-9874

"A Westair Int'l Co."
Box 771
Monument, CO 80132
719-481-2286
Fax 719-481-2203

Air Caravan
P.O. Box 50727
New Bedford, MA 02745-0025
1-508-990-8588
Fax 508-992=3044

Air and Space Museum
National Air and Space Museum
Archives Division, Rm.3100
MS 322
Washington, DC 20560

Now this one below is the best

Thomsons Aviation Lib

20020 El Mirage Airport Rd.
El Mirage, Ca. 92301
Ph 760-388-4216
Fax 760-388-4236
Fax 1-800-243-2640
E-Mail aircraftmanuals@aol.co


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Thanks for the help, but Thomsons already replied that they need an export permit for the manuals, something I understand pretty well: this 1950 technology being still up-to-date, many countries are probably eager to copy. Well ...


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You could try Essco for the manuals. I’m not sure about export restrictions, though.

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An-2 wrote:
Hi guys,

we're looking for a parts supplier other than Mohawk technologies LLC, AWAM and Carolinas Aviation Museums, please.
Need manuals, spares and tools.
Aircraft will be located in France but will ship with a bunch of spares.
Any lead?


A friend of mine has a yellow-tagged, servicable OV-1 throttle quadrant assembly complete with throttle and condition levers cables etc. PM me if you're interested and I'll put you in contact with him.


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An-2 wrote:
Thanks for the help, but Thomsons already replied that they need an export permit for the manuals, something I understand pretty well: this 1950 technology being still up-to-date, many countries are probably eager to copy.


If you are legitimate, get an export permit. ITAR regs are very specific and the fines are very high, as well as federal government intervention into your business.

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