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Rwsavory last won the day on December 29 2013

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  1. Clear Gorilla Duct Tape, Leatherman, multiple credit cards.
  2. No one likes attorneys until they need one, or until their child graduates from law school.
  3. And yet Genesys is still waiting for those 15 deposits. In any event, the reason it’s “too little“ is they aren’t investing their own money in the STC. Too late, because Garmin.
  4. You can easily and cheaply do it yourself using Gila static cling film. I did three windows, leaving the pilot's side window untinted. No bubbling at all. If you don't like it, it's easily removed. I've been flying with it for about 2 years, and it has dramatically increased comfort for my passengers. The film is not optically perfect, but it's good enough for the side glass. Some folks put a strip of it along the top of their windshield as well. https://www.beechtalk.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=137566&hilit=tint https://csobeech.com/windowtint.html
  5. I don’t think it’s airworthy without a working gear. Consult with your AI.
  6. An insurance company pays the policyholder’s claim and then pursues reimbursement from a third party. The company is “subrogated” to the rights of the policyholder.
  7. Welcome, congrats, and IMHO, don’t bother with a vernier mixture control. The juice is not worth the squeeze unless you’re replacing/overhauling the engine. Yes, shoulder harnesses should be your number one priority, bar none. Happy flying!
  8. What a coincidence! That’s never happened to me either.
  9. Most likely your servo will need to be overhauled. Here in the U.S. the cost is about $1,500 at S-TEC. In the mean time, I would not try to work on it yourself. The avionics shop can troubleshoot the entire system and pinpoint the issue. You don't want to be "that guy" who screws something up and makes things more expensive. In the mean time, this is a good thread on one pilot's experience: https://www.beechtalk.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=61657
  10. It’s probably an issue with your servo. Short of an overhaul, you can exercise it on the ground by having it travel back and forth through its entire range several times. This worked for me for quite a while until an overhaul was necessary.
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