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Old 25th June 2014, 01:20 PM
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Unhappy When to complete FAA Form 337 (Major Repair and Alteration)

Hello everyone!

Been a while since I have even been able to browse through the forum. Lots of work, military and corporate coming through the door and we are getting ready to complete our Stage 1 AS9110 in a few weeks.

I had an interesting request from a customer yesterday...

they said they required an FAA Form 337 completed on each of the parts sent to them.

Does no one read or understand Part 43 Appendix A or Appendix B?

We are a FAR 145 Repair Station and we provide an 8130-3 and when applicable, an 8110-3 for R.T.S.

Just real aggravating, plus it takes quite a bit of time to fill out 6, 7, and 8 on the form, plus when I get it back from the customer, I'll have to submit that with-in 48 hrs.

I have never filled out a 337 in almost 10 years, but we also do not have any FAR 121 or 135 customers either.


Has anyone else ran into this before?

Thanks in advance!

P.S. Marc; Hope all goes well with the surgery!

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Old 25th June 2014, 04:10 PM
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Re: When to complete FAA Form 337 (Major Repair and Alteration)

I found this, but you probably already have it.
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Old 25th June 2014, 04:23 PM
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Re: When to complete FAA Form 337 (Major Repair and Alteration)

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I found this, but you probably already have it.
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Thanks Marc and yes I do.

We're Airframers and our Ops Spec rating is "Limited Airframe" so it's not like we are going to go out and do Prop work or calibrate radio equipment.

Usually, I have the most problem with Receiving Inspectors that are not up to speed on Appendix A and B. Appendix B, ? (3) is what they fail to see.

Just makes for a long day and I think I'm having some BP issues because of it.
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Old 4th July 2014, 12:25 PM
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Re: When to complete FAA Form 337 (Major Repair and Alteration)

Haven't ran into this before. Most customers are satisfied with an 8130-3. Based on the context of your post, it doesn't sound like they understand what a Form 337 is.

My recommendation would be to contact your FSDO and get their take on it. I definitely wouldn't just start issuing a large number of 337's without talking to them...
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Old 4th July 2014, 09:26 PM
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Re: When to complete FAA Form 337 (Major Repair and Alteration)

Yeah Jenkibm , I called my PMI and he said basically the same thing.

I have always tried to explain a 337 as a "Hanger Document". Sometimes they get it; sometimes I have to lead them by the hand.

I haven't gotten anything back, so maybe they decided they didn't need them, but a call would have been nice. I was kinda dreading a call from my FSDO asking what I was doing.

Maybe they read up on it on the Cove?!
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