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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by Tom-D, Nov 10, 2017.
Related to "loosing", keep it going!
ya''ll are getting to lose with this thread
Sure, and tomorrow there is another thread 'Can an A&P use left-handed wrenches' .....
And why would that bother you?
Don't read that one either. You're making this too hard. You can't have it your way. There are other opinions and other tastes than yours. Just because YOU don't enjoy a topic doesn't mean others do enjoy it. Maybe you should stick to the classifieds?
just like my exes
(not men lol)
Sounds good to me. After all, they are civil servants, right? Servants stopping by could be useful.
I’d just tell them I need to have the leaves cleaned out of the gutter, and please do it right away.
Is somebody forcing you to read every thread that's started?
These threads are ok. We learn about his skills as an A&P by his questions and his responses.
And your posts are just as informing, we have learned you think GA engines determine the direction or rotation by gearing.
My reply above was rather neutral, it seems you are a bit sensitive here. I didn't denigrate your skills or knowledge. The world judges you on what you post here.
As for the comment about engine rotation, I've no idea what you are talking about. All the planes I can fly are direct-drive from the engine to the prop. No gearing at all.
I am left handed. You mean left handed wrenches are not real..???? I gotta have a talk with the guys on the tool trucks....
Can you use a combination SAE/Metric adjustable wrench on airplanes?
Obviously, loosing it.
Yes! But they must have proper calibration by standards of ISA and/or SAE depending on their application.
If you want to use Left hand tools, you must get a written approval from a Catholic Nun,
in triplicate, validated on a form 337.
just ask your fsdo...
I have a pipe wrench that is ambidextrous, it'll go left or right.
So what does that have to do with me?
I don't think it was tight to begin with.
so....where would you use one of those....on an aircraft?
I can't answer the original question, but I do know you can hit the brakes and they'll fly right by!
Most scissors are right handed. I've never seen pair of left-handed scissors, though we've ones that are ambidextrous.
Why to remove a stubborn prop!
My mom was left handed. I have a pair of her left-handed surgical scissors. Hard for a rightie to use.
Totally off topic (when did that stop anyone on POA?), but, you refer your home as "Steinholm". Stein Island? The thought came to me on a tour of Stockholm today where the question was asked about the name of the city. Swedish for "Log Island". There's a story behind the name, too.
to remove broken studs, rounded off nuts.
wow....I had no idea you'd use that for that.
What makes you believe that is where I do my A&P-IA thing.
75% of my work is owner supervised maintenance and annual inspections. the other 25% is inspecting 337 to sign off block 7.
how much of that do you believe would be done at home?
my contact info as required by the FAA is simply a phone number, and they have my e-mail too.
so, then....how would they know where to find the coffee?
only if you get it on them.
my previous ASI/PMI knew where
the new one I've actually never met.
This is how you bust them off flush,
I ain't doin dat....
I remember seeing left handed scissors when I was in elementary school. They looked just like normal scissors, but they were embossed with the word "Lefty".
yes they do many random flight deck observations in jump seat for both commerical and business
Isn't that done in a different context than when they do a audit on an A&P-IA.
Tom, did you figure out why the FAA wanted to stop by?