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Anybody consider installing a horizontal tube in the seat bulkhead between the seats and shoving it in there?
On Sun., Mar. 28, 2021, 2:35 p.m. Richard Thomson, <richard@...
I noticed that Corbin has his between the seats so it is padded by
them to an extent.
Looks like the same extinquisher as mine so going with that for me
too. Jim P also but slightly higher.
On 28/03/2021 16:28, Jay Scheevel wrote:
> I have mine in the quick-release mount on the back side of the passenger seat back. Could be an issue if the passenger is in the plane, but so far, that has not happened. I can easily tilt that forward in flight and remove it with one hand. I may find a different place for it if I start flying passengers.
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> Any suggestions for placement of the fire extinguishers? The rule say it needs to be accessible by the pilot with his seat belt on.
> My old Cessna it was behind the seat and you could only reach it if you dislocated your shoulder, so the rules may be open for interpretation. My biplane it is between my legs on the floor. Also hard to reach. The only spot I found is on the seat back between the seats. It would have to be less than 10 inches long. I would like to install it behind the seat back in the storage compartment, but I don't know how that would go over.
> I don't think I would ever let an extinguisher go in flight. I think I would rather be able to see and breath. Hopefully, I never have to make that choice.
> I installed the ELT on the side of the fuselage behind the passenger compartment.
> I also installed a master switch that you reach under the middle console on the seat back to turn off and on.
> I found a Garmin 327 transponder and encoder. Installed the antenna in the tail cone with a disconnect to remove the tail.
> Waiting for my SDS system to finish the engine and panel and almost ready for paint when the weather improves.
> Still having fun and staying a little bit sane. Take
> care------------ Chris