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Associated Air Center (AAC), which specializes in large-cabin aircraft completions, is expanding its maintenance and modification services for Boeing Business Jets. These include main-landing-gear trunion-pin replacement and lower cabin altitude modifications, in addition to its ongoing SFAR-88 modification work. AAC has completed 17 SFAR-88 mandatory fuel tank modifications on BBJs and has three more BBJs scheduled near-term. AAC says following SFAR-88, the next major work for BBJs is an AD calling for main-landing-gear forward-trunion-pin replacement.