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the original poster should contact FSDO, and inquire as to how the indicator can be changed.
Their A&PIA should get involved Rather getting in to...
The question you continue to avoid, is these can be changed.
Did you see any indication systems listed?
Simple, FAR 43-A dictates what a major or minor alteration is. the oil pressure gauge is not listed as a major, so it is a simple paper work to do...
show me a TC that dictates make and model specific oil pressure gouge.
the TC may say oil pressure gauge is required, but it won't say witch part...
If this change is not a major alteration, simply have your A&P sign it off as such.
read FAR 43-A this does not state that it is.
The instruments must be repaired by a certified instrument repair shop. Your A&P can't do it.
65.81 General privileges and limitations.
So.. you've got another month to F-off.
Bill.. back to work, yeh ?
One of my 182 guys dinged a stabilizer, my estimate of repair was less than a spare from a salvage yard.
And no 337 involved :)
We should consider the salvage yard parts.
Try finding a Warner engine cylinder, for example.
ACE hardware the smallest they have. or what the sprayer fits.
My stroke was because of cholesterol. not good stuff.
I was stationed there 1969-1973 NMC, arrived with new wife, lived on station, 1902A east Sparrow dr. fun tour.
Yeah ? HUH. !
We have a letter stating what we need, the card is required.
2 signed FAA forms -8620-2
1 signed pilots bill of rights
and 3 other...
Off beat topic,, The FAA says we must have our card where it can be seen.
we are also must send the card to FSDO to be signed each March.
it's called - gethomeitis.
I don't EXP either.
Exactly,, I used tube after tube when I worked The EA6Bs and the G1s, but I do not use it in the little aircraft I work on. I'd rather replace...
I believe that is the best. (nothing to fail)