|Please specify size (18-inch x 24-inch or 18-inch x 36-inch)and color when ordering: Red, Royal Blue, Black, Green, Yellow and Safety Orange. (No Longer Available in Light Blue)|
FUEL WING MAT 18X24 RED
Great mat, adheres to the wing really well and does what its supposed to do. It is pricey, but you get what you paid for.
Fits perfectly on my cirrus sr22, saves me from rubbing the hose against the leading edge!
This mat is flexible and just heavy enough to stay in place in the wind. It provides excellent protection to the fabric covered wing of my Champ during refueling.
as expected and quick delivery
Works great. Good adherence and protection to the wing
Perfect but very expensive. Especially shipping!!!
These work well to protect both the polished leading edge and area around filler cap.
I have never understood why wing mats cost so much? These are on the lower end of price but work very well. They cling very nicely to my wing and keep me from scratching up the area around my fill caps. I like that they come in colors for those whose sense of style dont like black rubber! Good value - no compromise on quality.
This is our second fuel mat! Love these, protects the wings
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Per the supplier, it should not contain PVC.
Per Vendor: We are not familiar with Cirrus fueling port configuration - all I can say is that both sizes are about 18" wide and 24" long for AFP-1824 and about 36" long for the AFP-1836 and that the "hole" for the fueling port is in the "top 1/3rd" of the mat for both mats.