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PANEL MARKING SET - SELF-ADHESIVE VINYL TYPE

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Part# 09-35000
MFR Model# 14110

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Mfg. by Aircraft Spruce. White lettering on black background. Just cut, peel and press in place. Includes 349 of the most commonly used cockpit identifications and symbols (avionics, electrical, engine and aircraft controls) plus 248 numbers and letters. The most complete selection available.

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...far better than the sticky metalized labels.

Joseph M
November 8, 2018

The material seams good quality, but the labels have to be cut out individually. These labels should be pre-cut for a peal and stick.

Darren G
August 6, 2018

Time to give this one an update. Ive had a couple of sheets on my shelf for years. Yesteray I went looking for a label that said EFIS and there was nothing. With todays modern electronics it would be a good idea to add these and any others that reflect the changes of the last 10-15 years. How about also making them a bit bigger and peel-able.

Chris
June 30, 2018

These are great for quick panel markings. The only issue I have is that they are not pre-cut and the white borders should be thicker so you can have nice white outlines for each label if desired. Otherwise they make for a professionally marked panel.

Michael S
March 22, 2018

These work well. You just cut out the label you want with scissors, remove the backing with tweezers, and stick them on. The adhesive seems to be pretty strong. This isn't a criticism, but many of the labels I needed on my homebuilt weren't on the sheet. It would be great if ACS would offer a second sheet with PILOT, PASSENGER, FUEL, LOW FUEL, XFER PUMP, LOW VOLTS, ALT. FIELD, FUEL PRESS, CROSSFEED, PTT, OIL PRESS, FUEL SHUTOFF, GALLONS...

Jc
August 17, 2013

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