Re: The Aircraft Factory and School

Mike Dwyer <mdwyer@...>

My 2 cents,
I believe the same is true for Spam cans, yachts and many other toys. I for instance didn't use my Hobie Cat last year...
Mike Q200 N3QP, Osprey 2 N8XM, www.warnerair/dynon

larry severson wrote:

<I estimate that 80% of airplanes with airworthiness certificates
are hangar

James Postma>

At 04:19 AM 11/8/2004 +1000, you wrote:

That is a very bad statistic if true Is that a world wide number ?.

How can we help to change the picture ?
Less flaming and more help for those asking questions. Fixing my plane is
taking far longer than it should because of the minimal information available.

How about direct contact ?
That is a great idea, but who and how. There are other owners here at
Chino, but I have been unable to meet them to ask questions. A good example
is my rudder. I have ended up cutting out the bottom pivot because I could
not remove the rudder. There was only 1/2 inch clearance below the pivot.
Additionally, the pin holding it on was too long, even if the pivot gave
the suggested 1.1 inch clearance. Without information, everything I do has
to be a destructive "experiment".


Larry Severson
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
(714) 968-9852

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