FLYFST

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About FLYFST

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  • Location
    FL
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    Formation Flying, Business Use
  • Model
    M20J

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  1. FLYFST

    Mooney Drivers in 7FL6

    Jim, see PM from me. Hank
  2. Hi all, just a quick note for other Mooney drivers based at 7FL6. Please PM if you have any interest in sharing proficiency flying, maintenance, etc. Hank
  3. FLYFST

    Whelen ORION 650E field approval

    Just replaced my two wing strobes and nav lights on my 1990 J with the Orion 650e and my A&P agreed the only documentation needed was a logbook entry. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. FLYFST

    parts parts

    Hi Jerry, I am looking for a Whelen strobe light power supply that is in operational condition, to replace the one in my 1990 M20J that has gone Tango Uniform. The model number is A490ATS-DF-14 to 28. Thanks - Hank
  5. FLYFST

    MSC in South Florida?

    Thanks Raptor, I will also research Arnold. Hank Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    MSC in South Florida?

    Thanks Mike, since I will be based at Spruce Creek it is nice that Daytona Aircraft Services also has a location there. I am also exploring use of PJ Airservices at Avon, while not an MSC, PJ seems to have a great reputation among FL Mooney owners. Hank Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    MSC in South Florida?

    Anyone else have a PIREP on Daytona Aircraft Services? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Clouds

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    Cloud tops

    If you use an iPhone or iPad download and use SkewTLogPro - very useful Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. Found the thread Hank, thanks!
  11. I am pretty much set on using WeWingologist-East, but have recently come across these folks: http://houstontankspecialistsllc.com/index.html, and received a happy customer recommendation for them. Anyone else know anything about them? Hank
  12. Thanks! There are good arguments for both means, but reseal is the way for me. I just wish the cost (~$8,500) was l way less, but also understand it is a labor intensive job.
  13. I certainly appreciate all the responses! I considered the bladders vs. reseal argument when I originally bought the airplane and had already decided that bladders are not for me. Both shops I mentioned have good reputations, but WW-East is more convenient as I periodically travel to South Florida, so that's where I'm planning to go. thanks all - Hank
  14. Well the time has come to reseal the fuel tanks on my M20J and I understand the top two shops for fuel tank resealing are Weep No More and Wet-Wingologist East. I prefer going to warmer Florida since I'm going to get this done in the next 2 to 3 moths. I would appreciate any PIREPs, good and bad on Wet-Wingologist East, and private PM is fine with me.