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Old 20th May 2020, 16:02
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KG Control Grip with "P9" Electrical Code

Hey guys...

Recently found a KG12 that has "P9" as the main electrical code...but I cannot find any references to that number.

Any ideas what aircraft took that code?

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Mike
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Re: KG Control Grip with "P9" Electrical Code

Ah! Figured it out...
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