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3M POLYURETHANE PROTECTIVE BOOTS

From $374.00 to $845.00
Boot Application 3M
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601 P RadomeFP-127
09-00856
$461.00
Quantity
Baron Non-Honeycomb (#58-
410015-613) - Blunt Nose
FP-69
09-00859
$587.00
Quantity
Beech/Mitsubishi Diamond
Radome
FP-84
09-00860
$574.00
Quantity
1900 & King Air Series Vertical
Fairing Dome
FP-173
09-00865
$374.00
Quantity
Learjet 23, 24, 25 Radome
(PN2411241-1)
FP-7-1
09-00866
$418.00
Quantity
Learjet 33, 36 Wing TipFP-13-1
09-00867
$430.00
Quantity
Learjet M-45 RadomeFP-174-1
09-00869
$598.00
Quantity
208 Wing Mounted RadomeFP-34
09-00871
$452.00
Quantity
208 Prop SpinnerFP-87
09-00872
$599.00
Quantity
Citation II, IV, VIIFP-70
09-00879
$845.00
Quantity
CanadairFP-22
SJ8663
09-05318
$470.00
Quantity
Dornier DO-328 Vertical StabilizerFP-221
09-05591
$442.00
Quantity
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Overview

3M Polyurethane Protective Boots SJ8665 are pre-formed and used extensively in private, commercial and military aircraft to fit the complex curvatures of a variety of applications.

These boots are designed to help provide long lasting protection of randomes, wing and stabilizer tips, landing gear pods, composite parts, and other portions of aircraft from rain, moisture ingression, UV light, insects, sand, sleet, snow, and most other airborne particle erosion damage.

The boots are part of a 3M family of high performance surface protection products available for various aerospace applications worldwide.

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