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Milton Bullard

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Aug 28, 2018
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I purchased a 89 PA 28R 201 lll and need to a list piper parts dealers.
thank you


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May 5, 2015
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Piper has contracted with Aviall (https://www.aviall.com/aviallstorefront/) to distribute parts for Piper aircraft. You can also obtain parts from an authorized Piper dealer or customer service center, which you can find at https://www.piper.com/parts/. However, in practical terms the best place to find the parts you need depends heavily on the part in question. Many parts listed in the official Piper parts catalog for your airplane are actually standard parts that can be obtained from a number of sources, often quicker and at lower cost than through the official Piper channels. Typical examples are tires and brake components, alternator belts, oil and fuel hoses, and light bulbs. In other cases, for example interior plastic trim parts, equivalent (and perfectly legal) parts can be obtained from other manufacturers through what is called a "Parts Manufacturing Authority (PMA). In essence, a PMA is granted by the FAA when a manufacturer demonstrates that its part is functionally equivalent to a part from the original aircraft manufacturer. And sometimes the best solution for replacement of a damaged part, for example a failed landing gear, is to seek a used part from a salvage yard. If you have a question about a particular part post it on this forum. There are a number of experts here who would be glad to help.