Thu, Apr 17, 2003
can always tell the guy who has just walked into the trailing edge
of a Skyhawk by the ugly cross-hatched bruise (or worse...) that
appears across his forehead.
Believe me, it smarts...
But Sportys' "Uncle Hal" Shevers has a quick and inexpensive
solution for such embarrassments (not to mention the cost of the
obligatory stitches...) that not only protects your noggin, but
that expensive trailing edge of your favorite aircraft, as well.
Both hangar maladies, the much suffered "hangar rash," and the
occasional bruised forehead, can be all but eliminated with a
simple new product from Sporty’s.
Protective Foam for Trailing Edges (Sportys
ID#: 6502A) easily slides onto the trailing edges of flaps,
ailerons, elevators or rudders for a measure of added protection.
The Protective Foam for Trailing Edges is particularly helpful when
stacking a tight hangar. The Protective Foam comes in three-foot
long sections and is bright red as an added reminder to remove
before flight. The sections can be easily cut into smaller
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