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June 22, 2010, 11:25 PM

Originally Posted by donniecs View Post
Speed tape, it's fairly common actually. We had to CDL a winglet once due to hanger rash. The winglet was cut off and we used speed tape to seal off the end of the wing. It was on the aircraft for a few days (multiple flights at above mach .80) before we were able to due the repair. It's a common sight for a temporary fix for small holes and such also that don't structurally affect anything. It buys enough time to get the aircraft someplace with the parts, tools and time to do the repair.
It's not used on our aircraft to my knowledge, but I know the stuff is pretty effective, still always makes me laugh, seeing an airplane fixed with tape


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