I recently bought a CH200 which was built in 1979 with a flying time of 880 hours. I have a hard time finding the rubber for suspension. In the building instructions it says that you can use rubber roll from hand dryer and cut it but I find nothing like this in Sweden. Does anyone have any tips on what stuff I can use and where can I get them? Grateful for help.

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buy them from el reno aviation parts or aircraft spruce there cheap.    Lee

Thanks for your reply Lee but I have been looking at https://www.aircraftspruce.com/ but I find nothing that can fit.


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