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Old 04-13-2016, 05:35 PM
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The best protection is hull insurance. Sorry, had to say it. I experienced a good wind in Anchorage one time. Some planes survived, some pulled out the ropes. Later, the FAA calculated the G forces on wings that had survived and it was startling to see what hidden damage might be lurking. And those owners thought they dodged a bullet.
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exemption option waived. Donation appropriate.
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