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06 Nov 2018 08:09 #1709 by Gordie Meade
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I went back and checked to see how we installed them. Monarch Aviation did the installation and I found he had done a 337 and gotten a field approval. When I checked the web site, I could not find the Univair listings either. Sorry about the mis-information.

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05 Nov 2018 23:08 #1708 by Scott Whidden
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Hello Gordie,

No luck finding any refeernce to Ercoupe or Univair on the Whelen sight.
Can you elaborate anymore?
Scott

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23 May 2018 22:52 #1506 by Gordie Meade
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I don't know your exact situation so all I can tell you is my experience. I have Whelen Orion LED nav lights with strobes on my M10. They are approved and are a direct replacement for the originals. They are visible during the day, especially if the weather is gray and rainy.
Check on the Whelen web site and see if your aircraft is on the approved list, Ercoupes are listed under Univair, If so, all that is required is a log entry.

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23 May 2018 19:23 #1505 by Joey Shreve
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Okay, I am sure it has been asked, maybe I didn't search correctly or just didn't see what I am looking for.

I seen one post about the LED Nav lights which I would love to have, as I just had to order a new lens cover for well a small $48 not including shipping.

I have Grimes Nav lights. What if anything can mount there and provide me with LED lights?

Joey Shreve
Liberty Twp, OH
Sport Pilot; May 2017
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