November 6, 2007
AOPA ePublishing staff
By AOPA ePublishing staff
Claiming a total inability to find product liability insurance, the carburetor arm of Precision Airmotive announced on Nov. 1 that it was suspending carburetor and carburetor parts shipments while it reviews the company's options.
The Marysville, Wash., company builds certified carburetors for the majority of light aircraft. A company spokesman said they are working with manufacturers to find a resolution, but right now there isn't a clear option.
The company will be providing updates as the issue transpires.
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