Re: N240JS Inspection

Rick Hole

I've been through dozens of these inspections with clients at work and I can
tell you the DAR will not sign off without some sort of compass and
correction card. While you might fight the DAR about it, it really is not a
smart move to do so; get them mad and they will get even. So choose your
fights wisely :-)



From: [] On Behalf Of
Michael Hilderbrand
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2010 9:43 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] N240JS Inspection

"Don't forget to have your compass correction card stuck to the dash."

Actually, you do not even need a compass.

Michael Hilderbrand
Derby, Kansas
Sonex #1017 Flying
Jabiru 3300 w/ Aerocarb

From: Mike Dwyer < <> >
To: <>
Sent: Wed, December 1, 2010 4:20:38 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] N240JS Inspection

They seem to look for that as we often forget about it.
Mike Q200

Terry Adams wrote:
A milestone.
Hope all goes well.
Check and double check, if possible borrow another pair of eyes.
Dot your "t"s and cross your "i"s.
I have had planes inspected by FSDO and it usually seems more time is
spent looking over the paperwork..
Albeit the inspector's signature is on the paperwork, your butt is in
the airplane.

Terry Adams

Joseph M Snow wrote:

Heads up...

FAA Inspection for N240JS is scheduled for December 12!!


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