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PostPosted: Sat Nov 16, 2013 9:25 pm 
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Greetings Fine Fouga Folks!

I am trying to get a couple of Magister hydraulic accumulators overhauled and would love to know what options there are out there for vendors who provide this service. I don't know of anyone who does this and we want to get the aircraft's unit as well as a spare overhauled. Would be nice if we could find someone in the USA who does it, but can explore other options if that won't work.

It is a Messier P/N 1643124 M2.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 16, 2013 11:45 pm 
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Steven M. Dennis wrote:
Greetings Fine Fouga Folks!

I am trying to get a couple of Magister hydraulic accumulators overhauled and would love to know what options there are out there for vendors who provide this service. I don't know of anyone who does this and we want to get the aircraft's unit as well as a spare overhauled. Would be nice if we could find someone in the USA who does it, but can explore other options if that won't work.

It is a Messier P/N 1643124 M2.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Steve :wink:


Steve,
I can ask my uncle if they had any done when he was a Warplanes Inc. (Where all the DM registered magisters came from :)) if they had it done, a local repair station probably did the work.

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Ask Fred :) He's the guy to go to for Fouga mechanics!
http://www.fougacm170.com/

What's the serial of your Fouga?

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And if all else fails, you can maybe contact Messier:
http://www.safranmbd.com/

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 7:22 pm 
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Jeff and Fouga23,

Thanks for your help. I would appreciate anything your uncle can come up with Jeff.

Fouga, I will indeed give Fred a shout. (PM sent on the Magister details).

Many thanks again you two!

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If you haven't solved this PM me, we can help.


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