The Moth Service Register

Bruntons Aero Products
(Derek Little)
Unit 1-3, Block 1,
Inveresk Industrial Estate,
Musselburgh, East Lothian,
EH1 7PA, Scotland
Tel: +44 131 665 3888
Fax: +44 131 653 2236
(Bruntons claim to have invented the streamlined wire for aeroplane rigging in 1909, and have been making them ever since. For some wires, the Club arranges group purchase at advantageous rates (contact Club HQ). US based purchasers can contact Steen Aero Lab, Bruntons’ agent in the USA)

Davidson Aeroworks,
(Neil Davidson),
2135 St. Mary Lake Road,
British Columbia V1A 3K4,
Tel: +1 250 427 7178
Fax: +1 250 427 7678
(Davidson Aeroworks produces all required wing internal bracing wires for the Tiger Moth.  Each wire includes the strap turnbuckle, the wire itself including two wire ferrules and the shackle and two clevis pins)

de Havilland Moth Club,
23 Hall Park Hill,
Hertfordshire HP4 2NH.
Tel/Fax: 01442 862077
(Check Stock Box for current availability at

Jacottet Industrie S.A.,
(M. Jacottet)
40 bis avenue d’Orléans,
B.P. 50857,
28011 Chartres,
Tel : +33 2 37 28 61 28
Fax : +33 2 37 28 61 25
(The only company left making new rigging wire sets for the Stampe SV4, Jacottet will also make rigging sets for other aircraft to special order. (La seule entreprise restante qui fabrique encore des haubans neufs pour le Stampe SV4, Jacottet fabrique sur commande des jeux d’haubans pour d’autres avions))

Retrotec Ltd
(Guy Black)
Unit 11,
Wheel Farm Business Park,
Wheel Lane, Westfield,
Nr Hastings, East Sussex,
TN35 4SE,
Tel: +44 1424 755 898
Fax: +44 1424 754 414
(Retrotec makes streamline rigging and bracing wires to order)

Skytrade (International) Ltd.
(Philip Stott),
Higher Perry Farm,
Cheriton Fitzpaine, Crediton,
Devon EX17 4BQ,
Tel : +44 1884 860 202
Fax : +44 1884 861 610
Email :
(Free catalogue on request)

Steen Aero Lab LLC,
(David Stone)
1451 Clearmont Street N.E.,
Palm Bay, FL32905,
United States of America
Tel: +1 321 725 4160
Fax: +1 321 725 3058
(Steen Aero Lab is the North American agent for Bruntons flying wires)

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This page last updated on 29 April, 2017.

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