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Old 02-01-2007, 07:42 PM
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Well, i share your concern over the future availability of parts, let alone waiting for a rebuild

if the cost was not so darn close to a proven design that parts are going to be easy to get - it would be a much easier decision.

As a matter of principle - if we wants advancement in aviation we gots to pay for it, but why must they make it sooooo expensive
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Old 02-01-2007, 09:38 PM
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Ahhh..John, and fellow Wanklerz!!......so thats how you do it....just go till it quits!!!
Can you do that repair work like this guy is doing, with his engine maintenance!!!


Dang, my prop seems to have quit....hold on....wait I've got an idea....
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Serial Number 470-74 Type Registration IndividualManufacturer NameBELLANCA Certificate Issue Date02/27/1998 Model7KCAB StatusValid Type AircraftFixed Wing Single-EngineType EngineReciprocating Pending Number ChangeNone DealerNo Date Change AuthorizedNone Mode S Code53022364 MFR Year1974 Fractional OwnerNO
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Ahhh..John, and fellow Wanklerz!!......so thats how you do it....just go till it quits!!!
Can you do that repair work like this guy is doing, with his engine maintenance!!!


Dang, my prop seems to have quit....hold on....wait I've got an idea....
For real...

http://www.nasm.si.edu/exhibitions/gal105/2005-5319.jpg

http://www.nasm.si.edu/exhibitions/gal105/gal105.html

They used a truck on the ground to refuel, did maintenance in the air.

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