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Laminar Flow Flap Hinge Fairings

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Dec 29, 2010
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Yet another "pre-buy" question. The plane I'm looking at has a number of Knots2U and Laminar Flow mods, including the Laminar Flow flap hinge fairings. I'm not all that wild about them because they are riveted on, and, as a result, it is impossible to inspect the flap hinges during preflight. How can I know if the linkage is loose or if it is becoming corroded without removing the fairings?


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