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After an 18 month layup, Harvard G-TSIX took to the skies again today on airtest with Mark Davies. 

TSIX has been undergoing wing bolting angle replacement due to corrosion of the original angles. 

As one of the angles was no longer available a modification was researched and approved to use a modern alternative material which then meant manufacturing the complex extruded part from scratch. 

We now believe we are the only company in the world making new Harvard wing angles and the first to do so since the 1950’s.

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