Paying attention to the upper forward top skins of both the LH and RH pylons can save you time and money during the long term. This area just aft and inboard of the pylon leading edge is prone to ramp standing water and is a "hot spot" for corrosion.
Keeping this area well protected with paint or even catching small areas of corrosion early prevents costly repairs during the "C" check.
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