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    767 TQ Slot Covers Material?

    Hi everyone,

    In the process of building my 757/767 TQ and need some advice on some materials. Not really sure what to call it, but I am looking for a material to use as the covers for the slots on the throttles, speed brake and flap levers. It looks as if it is some sort of rubber material from the pictures I have seen, but just curious what people on here have used to replicate it.



    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

    Matt
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    Re: 767 TQ Slot Covers Material?

    Hey Matt I have a real 757 throttle quad that material is just like a hard cloth glued from the inside of the panel.You could even use a thin rubber you would get the same results.

    Dan

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    Re: 767 TQ Slot Covers Material?

    Matt, I used a bicycle inner tube cut into strips for my 737 TQ, looks fine and folds back over when you move the levers.

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