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SAAB Model SF340A and 340B series airplanes (Docket No. 98-NM-220-AD) - proposes to require repetitive inspections for cracking around certain fastener holes and adjacent areas of the front spar of the horizontal stabilizers; and corrective actions, if necessary. This proposal also would require cold working of certain fastener holes of the front spar of the horizontal stabilizers, and follow-on actions; and installation of new fasteners, which would constitute a terminating action for the repetitive inspections proposed by this AD.