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Lookin' good to me.
Pleeze tell me that you didn't paint in a T hanger. (unless yours was the only one there)
Sometimes common sense takes precedent over the mx manual. ;)
Try left side, up behind instrument panel, in a difficult to get to spot.
#1) Decompress the strut first! (let all the air out) #2) have a pan big enough to catch the 5606. And be prepared to get 5606 on you.
Lots of airplanes with wheels, and no brakes. And stopping them require some counter intuitive technique.
That's easy. The screw extractor is very brittle, (why it snapped off in the first place). Just bust it out of the hole with a punch, and re drill...
On fiberglass parts, I use Slick Sand. It works quite well, and not very expensive.
DP-40 doesn't exist anymore, and hasn't existed for many years. It's now DP-40LF, The LF part is what has caused it to not be the good stuff that...
Mine gets to the point where I have to hold aileron pressure to keep wings level, that the only recourse is to burn fuel from the heavy tank.
My AI overhaul cost about $300 at AQI. Shipping and all.
had this from TX to AL[ATTACH]
And then this from AL to east coast. [ATTACH]
And slight headwind somewhere around the Dothan AL area.
If it can be had for a good price. Money can be made selling the engine core.
Back to the VFR into IMC, I've seen one or two wrecks on the ntsb that were initiated by high time ATP types. You know, those guys that fly IFR on...
Last time I flew Dads 182, we took off from his home drome, and he said "climb to 10,000, and we'll stay in the valley for some air work" Well...