AirWard Piper MSB1006 Fuel Tank Inspection Kit - (PA32-301 & PA32R-301)(Saratoga)
Very Important: when Checking Out - be sure to include your Aircraft Model, Serial Number and/or "N" Number. This will ensure you receive the proper Kit;
AirWard offers this series of inexpensive Kits to comply with the Piper Mandatory MSB1006. The Kits save you over 40% on the price of sourcing everything and are very convenient. Each Kit contains just the right amount of materials and are complete right down to the screws, gaskets and instructions. Everything you need to deal with the service all in one box.
Inspect for corrosion and treat the spar areas behind the fuel tanks
- Replace fuel/vent lines that are now very old and brittle.
Most Pipers have never had their tanks off. Unchecked spar corrosion and deteriorating fuel lines present significant safety and longevity problems. Let alone loss of investment.
For those of you that do not have access to a Pneumatic Screw Removal Tool Kit. We have one available from Aircraft Tool Supply. This Kit is very helpful for those stubborn tank screws. The last thing you want to do is strip the head on one of these screws as this will make removing a fuel tank a miserable job. You need access to a Pneumatic Rivet Gun to use this Kit.
Piper Mandatory MSB1006 should be complied with every 7 years.
NO FAA Form 8130-3 will be included.
All shipments of MSB1006 are shipping Ground (UPS/FedEx) due to Ardrox (Dinitrol) AV-8 Corrosion Preventative being flammable, HAZMAT;
FREE SHIPMENT applies to Continental U.S. only;
You might need the following parts and tools:
2 - AW-38517-003 Kit, Transmitter - Visual - 35 Gallon;
2 - CCA-1550 Fuel Drain Valve (Bayonet Style);
2 - F391-187 Fuel Drain Valve (Flush Style);
Note: If you find your Fuel Cap is loose after tightening - you may need a 1/8" Thick Gasket (RG-325).
2 - 462-056 Fuel Cap Gasket - 1/16" Thick or
2 - RG-325 Fuel Cap Gasket - 1/8" Thick;
AT540A-KIT Screw/Bolt Removal Kit.