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Free - Wingtips off a 1986 Piper Archer II

Golf-Foxtrot-Yankee

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Hello - I have a set of wingtips in my garage. They came off my Archer II and I'd be willing to box them and send them to you if you want them.

You pay the shipping, and they are yours. If interested in pictures, etc.... let me know.

Obviously, if you have me send them to you, there is no warranty (expressed or implied), and I don't have any paperwork for them.
 

jschaible

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Hi,Are your wing tips still available? I am nearby (by air) at N40 Sky Manor NJ.


Jack
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Golf-Foxtrot-Yankee

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I will check in the garage after the storm (likely Wednesday), and let you know if they are still there. They are the original plastic ones, I switched out to fiberglass.

I'll let you know the status within a few days.

Take care - Eamon
 

Golf-Foxtrot-Yankee

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I found them, they were hanging in my garage. I had them replaced with fiberglass last year, and kept them just in case.

They are in fair condition, the Left has an upper and lower 2 " crack near the leading edge, but they have not grown in size.

The Right is in good shape, with no real damage.

They both have a few small stress cracks near a screw hole or two, but for the most part are fine.

I'd say with a bit of time and knowhow they could be repaired and used for many years to come.

If you'd like, I have a plastic repair kit I could try on the cracks.... no promises since I've never used it.

Let me know if you want them.
 
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