May 2012 Issue
Letters: May 2012
I had the ACF-50 corrosion treatment applied to my 1978 Piper Seneca II in 1991, and there is still a bit of weeping around rivets to this day. Maybe it was applied too heavily. Had a fuel bladder replaced in 2000, and there were no signs of corrosion in the wing. I purchased the aircraft brand new in 1978, and it has always been based within 6 miles of salt water and has flown hundreds of hours at or below 1500 feet AGL over salt water as a Coast Guard Auxiliary aircraft, but always hangared.
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