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In Europe where most owners of a Zenair design acquired their aircraft "ready-to-fly", pilots and mechanics seldom have access to the original drawings for maintenance and repairs. Not having exact part-numbers can often cause confusion and frustrations when attempting to order replacement parts.
To simplify this process, ULM Technologie, Zenair’s European Part Store has launched a new website which includes exploded views of all Chris Heintz designs. These pages make it easy and quick to identify any part or component in a Zenith airframe from anywhere. This simplifies the ordering process and minimizes errors for customers who do not have easy access to factory support (different time zones, languages, etc.). The website should also be of interest and assistance to many US owners, especially the growing number who have purchased their Zenair design second-hand, who are less familiar with assembly details, or who operate a factory-built LSA. For isolated mechanics, this should also be a welcome new resource...
The ZenairParts website was launched in November 2010 with the first exploded views for the new STOL CH 750; more pages are being added every week as they become available. Complete French-language Pilot Operating Handbooks for the CH 701 and 601 were just recently added to the site. Builder-submitted contributions are welcome…
For more details, visit: www.zenairparts.com