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  1. Just a note: 978 mhz UAT signals are NOT...

    Just a note: 978 mhz UAT signals are NOT recognized outside of US airspace. Only 1090 mhz signals are. Keep that in mind if you travel.

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  2. If you need to repair the existing mechanical...

    If you need to repair the existing mechanical tach, talk to the local car restoration guys. They'll point you to a shop that specializes in the old school instruments.

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  3. I guess that's the only type I've worked with in...

    I guess that's the only type I've worked with in small aircraft.

    If you need the old school look of the needle and face, keep looking for a mechanical type. If you want accuracy and functionality...
  4. Ok. I'll ask. What is a 'non retained cable'? Do...

    Ok. I'll ask. What is a 'non retained cable'? Do you have a pic?

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    Only if the scientists were not Marines. Web

    Only if the scientists were not Marines.

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  6. There's your answer, right there. No. In the...

    There's your answer, right there. No. In the future, IF you need it, then install it at that time.

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    After an investigation, the question will be 'was...

    After an investigation, the question will be 'was the ELT inspected IAW regulations" not 'did anyone check the GPS coordinates'. I can look the judge in the eye and state that I inspected the ELT...
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    I wouldn't go to court with that. Web

    I wouldn't go to court with that.

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    Unscrew the collar and pull the switch out the...

    Unscrew the collar and pull the switch out the bottom of the stick. Use string to pull the new switch into place. If you can measure the diameter of the threads under the collar, I can find you a...
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    I tried to point out above: the required specs on...

    I tried to point out above: the required specs on the ELT itself may have changed, but the testing requirements are unchanged. Some 406 ELT manuals actually cite the requirements of 91.207, (d)....
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    That's the Artex guys. I haven't used the...

    That's the Artex guys. I haven't used the subscription but I'd trust them to do it right.

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    Not correct. TSO C91 ELTs are only legal (but...

    Not correct. TSO C91 ELTs are only legal (but pointless) if already installed. Any new installs have required newer style ELTs. Read 91.207, (a), (1).

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    Mine was about $3500 back when I bought it. It's...

    Mine was about $3500 back when I bought it. It's a shop tool for me so I wouldn't expect everyone to want one.

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    If it's an E0-4 it will need to be tested on a...

    If it's an E0-4 it will need to be tested on a box. Have anybody local with the tester? It needs to be done at each annual. Web
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    Ok. Then install it. When you're at a good...

    Ok. Then install it.

    When you're at a good distance from a VOR, turn the aircraft in different directions. Check for loss of signal, especially when the nose or tail of the aircraft is pointed...
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    What model? The test specs from Part 91.207...

    What model?

    The test specs from Part 91.207 have not changed since the move from 121.5 mhz ELTs to 406 mhz ELTs. Every 12 months it needs to be tested for proper operation, corrosion, operation of...
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    WTB: C'mon Windy, you're among friends here. Tell us...

    C'mon Windy, you're among friends here. Tell us how you REALLY feel, lol.

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    I can just stop eating so much and not pay out...

    I can just stop eating so much and not pay out any cash. Nahh. . . .

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    I'm more in line with Mike V's view on this. My...

    I'm more in line with Mike V's view on this. My own opinion is lighter is better as long as there is no impact to safety of flight. Especially during rebuilds, I try to stress that no additional...
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    When you pull the switch, let me know and I'll...

    When you pull the switch, let me know and I'll print up new P-leads for you.

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    I get to be Paul Harvey! The rest of the...

    I get to be Paul Harvey!

    The rest of the story, is that Denny has a key switch that is still connected to airframe ground. The best way to wire P-leads is with single conductor, shielded wire....
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    And . . . . Web

    And . . . .

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    YES! Antennas are designed for the frequency of...

    YES! Antennas are designed for the frequency of the equipment they are connected to. This is why a com and an FM radio need different antennas in spite of being communications radios.

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    Most of the ADS-B stories are allowed to run amok...

    Most of the ADS-B stories are allowed to run amok by the feds. I think they feel it keeps people on their toes.

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    Just log entry for the removal. I still...

    Just log entry for the removal.

    I still wonder where the 'can't remove' stories come from. The only thing I've ever found in the regs is that it has to be operating if installed. Nothing saying...
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