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Old August 27th 03, 10:32 PM
Michael Horowitz
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I'd like to read an STC; specifically SA4-836 , which covers using
Ceconite to cover (I believe) Champs.

A google for that number wasn't much help.
Suggestions? - Mike
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Old August 27th 03, 11:48 PM
Juan E Jimenez
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http://www.airweb.faa.gov/Regulatory...e?OpenFrameSet

"Michael Horowitz" wrote in message
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I'd like to read an STC; specifically SA4-836 , which covers using
Ceconite to cover (I believe) Champs.

A google for that number wasn't much help.
Suggestions? - Mike



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Old August 28th 03, 06:19 AM
Tom C.
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Go to http://www.polyfiber.com/
Buy the Manual for the system you want to use.
Norm Douthit in CA at 1 888 811 2232 has been recommended.

"Michael Horowitz" wrote in message
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I'd like to read an STC; specifically SA4-836 , which covers using
Ceconite to cover (I believe) Champs.

A google for that number wasn't much help.
Suggestions? - Mike



 




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