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  • Victor Asp
    Hi Everyone, Many thanks to Eric for getting this information. I am sure it will help out a friend and maybe a few others. I know I will be looking forward
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 1, 1999
      Hi Everyone,

      Many thanks to Eric for getting this information. I am sure it will help out a friend and maybe a few others. I know I will be looking forward to more suppliers for other Cri Cri parts. I am interested in fiberglass landing gear.

      Vic

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      Hi

      I'm french homebuilder and i planning to build a mc 100 banbi this is
      the two place designed by Michel Colomban.
      I order the plans but until now i wait them.

      I can help you with some adress suppliers but if ever i accept my plans
      i will know more about adress of supplier of klegecell etc..
      and i will inform you .

      some adress:

      JPX
      zi nord
      72320 Vibraye
      France

      I know that he can supply wheel brake and motors(jpx 212) special for
      the cricri.

      Nuville
      zi du ponteix
      87220 Feytiat
      France

      This is a specialist for the building of many kind of plexiglass canopy
      for airplane and i remember they are supplier of the CriCri canopy.

      I hope that will help you but do you can wait one or two weeks i will
      get the suppliers list from Michel Colomban.

      � Bientot.

      Eric e.
    • A R ROBINSON
      Bonjour Eric, Thanks for the addresses in France. I got my canopy from Nuvile & Mallinvaud in Limoge, a bit expensive but very good. They are too expensive for
      Message 2 of 3 , Feb 2, 1999
        Bonjour Eric,
        Thanks for the addresses in France. I got my canopy from Nuvile &
        Mallinvaud in Limoge, a bit expensive but very good. They are too expensive
        for the panoramique as they supply only a flat sheet of polycarbonate and
        you have to form it yourself.
        I also went to see Msr Jaques Boucoux at JPX. He only has a few
        parts for the engines and has not got any wheels and brakes. He told me
        that he has no plans to make any more!!
        Most people in Europe seem to be going for the Solo 210 engine now.
        It has the same power but is lighter and more reliable. For the wheels and
        brakes I have got the last wheel from JPX and have had some made exactly
        the same, but made from a solid billet of aluminium not cast and the axle
        is also ground from a solid steel billet. I can also get the tyres here
        with no problems.
        I can get some more made if anyone is interested.
        A Bientot :-)
        Andy { andyrob1@... }
      • chuter@xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xx
        ... Hi Andy Sorry for my info about the wheel and brake i only remember it s already a few of years ago i accepted a list with price of article from jpx and
        Message 3 of 3 , Feb 2, 1999
          A R ROBINSON wrote:
          >
          > From: A R ROBINSON <ANDYROB1@...>
          >
          > Bonjour Eric,
          > Thanks for the addresses in France. I got my canopy from Nuvile &
          > Mallinvaud in Limoge, a bit expensive but very good. They are too expensive
          > for the panoramique as they supply only a flat sheet of polycarbonate and
          > you have to form it yourself.
          > I also went to see Msr Jaques Boucoux at JPX. He only has a few
          > parts for the engines and has not got any wheels and brakes. He told me
          > that he has no plans to make any more!!
          > Most people in Europe seem to be going for the Solo 210 engine now.
          > It has the same power but is lighter and more reliable. For the wheels and
          > brakes I have got the last wheel from JPX and have had some made exactly
          > the same, but made from a solid billet of aluminium not cast and the axle
          > is also ground from a solid steel billet. I can also get the tyres here
          > with no problems.
          > I can get some more made if anyone is interested.
          > A Bientot :-)
          > Andy { andyrob1@... }
          >
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          Hi Andy


          Sorry for my info about the wheel and brake i only remember it's already
          a few of years ago i accepted a list with price of article from jpx and
          saw inside the wheel for CriCri but maybe now he stop his product.


          a bientot

          Eric
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