The abrasion boots are placed on the leading edge of the horizontal stabilizer. The boot is applied to the Left & Right Stabilizer Abrasion.
Note: Per aircraft, a quantity of two boots needs to be applied to both sides of the Left & Right Stabilizer Abrasion. These rolls are approximate 6' long.
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Per vendor, yes, that can be used on a 206.
This is made of neoprene.
This boot material is 6 inches in width.
These are no longer have the sticky backing, they would need to be glued down.
It is not pre-formed, it is a flat rubber material.
Per vendor: We recommend 1300L.
Per notes on the web, Note: Per aircraft, a quantity of two boots needs to be applied to both sides of the Left & Right Stabilizer Abrasion. These rolls are approximate 6' long.