The FlyBoys T-6 NavMaster SaddleBag is absolutely a must-have for all T-6 student pilots and instructor pilots. Working directly with the instructors at Sheppard AFB, the FlyBoys team designed this exclusive bag to provide the ideal product for transporting and storing flight publications, while greatly enhancing safety of flight. The bag is designed for precise installation on the glare-shield, allowing student and instructor pilots to access publications without going "heads down" during critical phases of flight, and without causing any obstruction of their view outside the cockpit. Organize and pre-position necessary publications in the low-profile side-by-side compartments. No T-6 student or instructor pilot should consider flying without the FlyBoys T-6 NavMaster SaddleBag. Order yours today and fly safer tomorrow.
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- Perfect Fit: Designed to precisely fit on the T-6 glare-shield, allowing student and instructor pilots to stay "heads up" while accessing necessary publications.
- Vastly Improved Safety: The installation location for the bag means that student and instructor pilots do not need to go "heads down" to access publications.
- Durable: The highest quality heavy-duty 600D fabric ensures years of trouble-free use in the most demanding operational environments.
Materials: Heavy-Duty 600D Fabric
Weight: 12.8 oz (0.36 kg)
Secure the aft straps (closest to you as you sit in the seat) first, then secure the forward straps. This ensures that the aft portion of the bag doesn't interfere with canopy closing by interacting with the forward edge of the canopy (front cockpit) or the canopy crossbar(rear cockpit). Secure the right side straps first (as you sit in the cockpit) to put the edge of the bag as close to the Mag compass as possible. This keeps the bag properly positioned so that the AoA indexer doesn't interfere with opening the left flap.
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