cheetah fabric failing

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Re: cheetah fabric failing

Unread post by Martin64 » Thu Jan 01, 2015 10:48 am

TomH, nothing is perfect. From the many positive posts here and having completed 600 hr's with Trilam, I can safely recommend a Cheetah (No called Bushcat) The assistance and advice from Walter, Mike, Johan and staff at the workshop is excellent. Like all people on this planet they have their shortcomings but their willingness and commitment outweighs it by far, which makes the product event more special.

Hope to be speaking to you from your Bushcat. :wink:
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Re: cheetah fabric failing

Unread post by John Boucher » Thu Jan 01, 2015 6:16 pm

I'll second that =D>

Owned and regrettably sold CH018 ... had severe withdrawal symptoms and now took ownership of a very special Cheetah.... Cheetah CH001

Trilam she will get and lots of TLC from the factory!

She will NEVER be sold again and will be there for my children to fly!
My apologies if my spellchecker or grammatical error checker lets me down - no one is perfect!
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Re: cheetah fabric failing

Unread post by Byron Lutzke » Wed Jan 14, 2015 11:04 pm

I have to second both John and Martin by saying the trylam is Perfect and the factor assistance is second to none.

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