Originally Posted by kevinh
Yep - the FAA can definitely give you a copy. Possibly a FSDO, I paid $10 on the FAA website to get em on a CD ROM (along with the entire 'file' they had on my aircraft). Showed up <1 wk later with PDFs on it.
As mentioned above: If you don't have the oplims with your airworthiness certificate it is not legal to fly the aircraft.
Ask Kevin has said, they are part of the Special Airworthiness Certificate (8130-7) and a copy must be in the aircraft.
You should be able to get a copy from Oklahoma City
. They have FAXed copies out in the past but IMHO, a FAX copy is hard to read. Any FAA office can get an electronic copy from Oklahoma City then print and give you a copy. DAR's also can get ecopies almost instantly from Oklahoma City for a few dollars.