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Airwolf Aerospace has expanded its parts manufacturer approval (PMA) product line with new Bell 407 main rotor head elastomerics. The new Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) PMA approved dampers, shear bearings and lead lag (CF) bearings are in stock for immediate shipment. These parts are equivalent to Bell P/N’s: 407-310-100-107, 407-310-101-105 and 407-310-102-103.
Airwolf has been reducing the operating costs of Bell 206, 204, 205, 212, UH-1 and Enstrom helicopters with its lower-cost, longer-life TT Straps for over 11 years. The company is pleased to be able to offer Bell 407 operators similar savings and another option for sourcing Bell 407 elastomeric parts.
Eric Wolff, Airwolf Aerospace’s VP of sales and business development, said, “As the aerospace industry continues to consolidate, independent small businesses such as Airwolf are crucial to operators as they fight to keep costs under control. Airwolf is always striving to give helicopter operators more choices and reducing their costs.”
Airwolf has over 30 years of experience designing, certifying and manufacturing PMA and STC’d aircraft components.