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Richard
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window track

Post by Richard » Sun Jan 09, 2005 11:39

I purchased "Buzz's " window track for my 65CA, and it was just a light plastic piece of junk. Windows keep falling out. Its okay in the summer---but in the winter weather--its cold!!!
Where can the regular window track be purchased?

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Post by Guest » Sun Feb 06, 2005 14:04

I had some good luck with window channel. J.C. Whitney window channel,WB193477W, is exactly like that on my 38 Chief and is still available. -Bob Greenwall

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window channel

Post by visitor » Sun Feb 06, 2005 15:31

Yes, I also purchased that $18.00 piece of plastic crap from Buzz. That jerk needs to be locked up. He is basically a crook. He also clipped me for over $700 to rebuild the landing gear on my Champ and then it cost me over $1500 to get the straightened out at Safe Air Repair. We need to tell everyone that we can about him

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window track

Post by Guest » Mon Feb 07, 2005 00:35

Thank you, Bob for the part number from J.C Whitney. I went on their web site and found the window track.

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Re: window track

Post by Rodney Zapf » Sat Sep 03, 2016 19:04

Guest wrote:Thank you, Bob for the part number from J.C Whitney. I went on their web site and found the window track.
Buzz got me on a fiber glass cowling (1941 chief). It looked like a man winking at me from the front--
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Re: window track

Post by Rodney Zapf » Sat Sep 03, 2016 19:04

[quote="Guest"]Thank you, Bob for the part number from J.C Whitney. I went on their web site and found the window track.

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Re: window track

Post by rkittine » Sun Sep 04, 2016 07:30

I bought my window tracks from Aircraft Spruce to replace mine in a 7CCM (7AC CONV). They were expensive, but they were great. Looks like there even more expensive now as the prices look about $10.00 more per track.

Bob
http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/a ... kkey=11748
Robert P. Kittine, Jr.WA2YDV
West Nyack Aviation, L.L.C.
New York, New York 631-374-9652
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