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Offline Adam Howell

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CoG Release
« on: 10 July 2021, 13:07 »
Hi All,
Does anybody know the Tost release model used for the CoG release originally?

Thanks
Adam

Offline Andrew Logan

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Re: CoG Release
« Reply #1 on: 29 July 2021, 21:44 »
Hi
It’s should be a G73
A common type fitted to lots of gliders.
A member at our club has a Standard Cirrus and they have an unusual release
If you need to overhaul yours, you can send it direct to TOST using their online order form. They usually take two weeks turnaround

 

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