Cloth bags for holding hardware as it is removed from the aircraft. Set of 25.
Excellent, been using these for years
Great product, been using these for years. We use it for hardware. every piece of hardware from a particular part goes in the bag then attaches to the part. It saves us so much time during an annual inspection
Great for keeping hardware with their parts. Just tie the bag to the respective part.
Tobacco Bag - A Life Lesson Many years ago, when I was about eight, I remember my dad having these little dirty cotton bags with yellow strings and little stuff in them. They were tied onto bigger aircraft parts in my dads hangar and workshop. They are tobacco bags, the kind used by those that roll their own cigarettes or used for smoking a pipe. These bags now were repurposed to hold ALL the screws, nuts, and widgets used on that bigger part. They were never lost, and the exact amount is there. The little parts are as clean as when they were removed. Tobacco bags are much better than zip plastic bags that fail over time or fall off the part. Very few mechanics I know use them. Those mechanics are constantly losing plastic bags and parts. Loss in time and money, massive increase in frustration. Thanks Dad.
Exactly as expected, a must have at inspection time!
Very handy. I can keep all my screws for that particular cover or area in the bag. I hang this bags at or close to the inspection panels.
Searched for these bags for a long time. Didnt realize they could be called Tobacco Parts Bag .
They are approximately 4-3/4" x 3".