The Original and World's Finest Aircraft Covers for Airplanes, Jets, Helicopters, Gliders and QEC Off-link Jet Engines.
Once the material for each order is cut into its appropriate parts, highly trained sewing machine operators meticulously assemble the products with durable thread, rivets, and canvas trim.
Pitot Tube Covers, made of Naughahyde vinyl, are designed to cover the entire pitot assembly. Slipping on over the tube, the cover tightens around the base with a special Velcro strap detail. A "remove before flight" streamer is attached to the cover. Non-burning Pitot Covers are designed to withstand more than 500° Fahrenheit, and will prevent the pitot cover from melting onto the tube if the pitot heat is accidentally turned on with the pitot cover attached
Cessna: Cardinal 177, Centurion 210, Corvallis 350
Cirrus: SR20, SR22
Grumman: American AA5
Piper: Comanche PA24, Cherokee Six PA32
Lancair: IV, Columbia 300, Columbia 350, Columbia 400, Lancair 320, Lancair 360
Mooney: Ovation, M20, 201, 205, 231, 252 & MJ20 MSE
Fits perfectly on my M20C
Looks great, fits great.
Good quality but a little bit to big for those standard pitot tubes, fall of in windy conditions. (Rockwell Commander)
Made very well and expect it to last awhile but... instead of this having an open back so you can just slide it on it has a slit on the front side so that you have to put it on like a sock. Being new it fits very tight, almost too tight but I expect it will get easier as it gets broke in. P.S. Make sure you buy the proper length. I bought the long one and it fits very snug.
Probably a good product but doesnt fit a C177 as advertised.
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