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Airplane Registration N Numbers 12 Inch Pair (both Sides) on 2040-parts.com

US $59.99
Location:

Ocala, Florida, United States

Ocala, Florida, United States
Condition:New Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:N/A Part Brand:3M Brand:3M

We offer many types of "N" numbers including "NC" numbers as well as other countries registration numbers.

We follow FAA specifications  in producing them.

These are sold as a PAIR (Left and Right)

They are die-cut and pre-spaced for application with a transfer paper on top to keep them pre-spaced when applying.

They can be made in Paint Mask or other colors besides black.

The vinyl we use is a High Performance 6-8 Year Vinyl. If your airplane in the hangar you should get 10 Plus years.

We take pride in offering the best quality graphics with a money back guarantee if you have any problems.

We will try our best to match colors the best we can but we cannot guarantee colors to match exactly.

We offer three types of numbers Straight or Slanted shown the item's picture.

(1) The First style shown is the standard FAA Straight and Slanted.

(2) The Second style shown is the Rounded Straight and Slanted.

(3) The Third style shown is the Military Block Straight and Slanted.

Please specify color and style in "Notes to Seller" when ordering.

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Aircraft/Marking Type Minimum Registration Size 
Production or Experimental Aircraft - 12" or 2" Markings Horizontally on the:
  • Tail;
  • Fuselage between the trailing edge of the Wing and the leading edge of the Horizontal Stabilizer; or
  • Jet Engine Nacelles
Rotorcraft 12" Markings Horizontally on the:
  • Fuselage;
  • Cabin;
  • Tail; or
  • Boom
Experimental 3" Markings Horizontally on the:
  • Tail; or
  • Fuselage between the trailing edge of the Wing and the leading edge of the Horizontal Stabilizer.
Vertically on the:
  • Tail

Additional Note:
Aircraft built between 11/1/81 and 1/1/83 may retain 2" high markings until they are repainted, at which time they have to comply with the above regulations.
Aircraft/Marking Type Minimum Registration Size 
Production or Experimental Aircraft - 12" or 2" Markings Horizontally on the:
  • Tail;
  • Fuselage between the trailing edge of the Wing and the leading edge of the Horizontal Stabilizer; or
  • Jet Engine Nacelles
Rotorcraft 12" Markings Horizontally on the:
  • Fuselage;
  • Cabin;
  • Tail; or
  • Boom
Experimental 3" Markings Horizontally on the:
  • Tail; or
  • Fuselage between the trailing edge of the Wing and the leading edge of the Horizontal Stabilizer.
Vertically on the:
  • Tail

Additional Note:
Aircraft built between 11/1/81 and 1/1/83 may retain 2" high markings until they are repainted, at which time they have to comply with the above regulations.

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