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About wburger1

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  • Birthday 04/22/1955

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    1967 M20F

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  1. Prayers for the family. Donation sent. Walt
  2. Greg, Did the same shop do the panel, HSI and EDM900? Can you tell me what shop did the work, how long it took and the install price. you can PM me if you dont that information to be public. I am located west of Houston. Thanks Walt
  3. Has anyone installed a Lasar pilot side 9 hole panel and was able to fit a Stec 30 turn coordinator computer panel in the slot as shown in the picture where the regulat turn coordinator is? I have a 1967 M20F and need to know if it would fit in that slot. Thanks Walt
  4. Yes Carl uses the cherry red coat as per the Mooney specs. The picture I posted was taken before the top coat was applied. I will post more pictures later.
  5. Yes he can do the extended tanks as I saw him doing one. He charges a little extra for those.
  6. http://houstontankspecialistsllc.com/. Carl Sharon is the owner. Tankman@htsllc.net 281-799-8487. Eagle Lake Texas Airport. KELA Don't remember the hangar number but it right across from the hangar with the public restroom. Call to get pricing and reserve a spot. Tell him Walt Burger recommended you to him.
  7. Sealant has been completed. Waiting on more pictures from Carl but here is one of them,
  8. I don't know what Carl used but he has a special formula and equipment that he uses. Took him a few weeks to get it all out.
  9. I was scarred to death to reseal my fuel tanks because last time I did it on my old M20C corrosion was found in both tanks requiring a new wing for repair. My M20F is 4 years newer so I took the chance. Enclosed is a picture of some real shotty repairs over the last decades. No corrosion found. Guess the caked on sealant protected my tanks. I also enclosed one picture after cleaning out the old sealant. I will provide more pictures after Carl Sharon the Tankman out of Eagle lake finished up sealing it next week. If you need it done close to Texas Carl is your man.
  10. Not any more but it was in there for 3 months with no fuel loss.
  11. I had a 1963 C for 25 years. The last year I had it it was losing a lot of fuel. If i parked it in a closed locked hanger with both tanks full for a month almost all of the fuel would be gone. No stains under the wings, no blue marks on the ground, no fuel smell in the cabin. Mechanic told me it was due to evaporation but never did believe that and never did find out the problem. I now have an F and it does not lose any fuel.
  12. I would be interested if they hooked up to my current M20F yoke shafts and looked close to J yokes.
  13. Tanks were inspected and resealed but not stripped and resealed. I did not see an autopilot.