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 Post subject: TBM Restoration
PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 8:17 am 
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Looking for some TBM parts, particularly an upper rudder hinge and horizontal stab attaching brackets. anyone have some or know of a source? Thanks in advance


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try wix member charlie cartledge, he's doing a 1st class restoration on 1

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Welcome aboard! Is this Tony, Ken, Alex, or David? One person that has a great deal of TBM parts on hand would be John Lane, owner of Airpower Unlimited. His website and contact info is here http://www.airpowerunlimited.com/ . John is a great guy, and has assisted the Grand Junction Wing TBM as a parts supplier and also with sorting out some pesky hydraulic issues. Alan

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Since Alan already mentioned John Lane, I'll add that perhaps Harland Avezzie might be able to help (if you haven't tried him already). 413-562-2565

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