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Old 05-04-2013, 08:19 PM   #5471
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B, question: Do you safety wire nuts/bolts on your camper according to AC 43.13-1B sect 7-123 & 124?
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But according to Turbs, you're senile so it you don't count and as for mackman, he just doesn't know any better.
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I want to see if the lock nut was properly torqued - remember what the ac says.

Need pics
Turbs, when did you start working on airplanes?
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Turbs, when did you start working on airplanes?
Yesterday .........
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B, question: Do you safety wire nuts/bolts on your camper according to AC 43.13-1B sect 7-123 & 124?
No but if the factory did sw, I would certainly have to redo some if not all of it

I always enjoyed sw and was good at it. I learned it right the first time in the active duty af.

When I was a Air Reserve Technican at Carswell AFB if your sw wasn't by the book the inspector went snip snip

We used mostly .032 SS wire, but some applications needed .064.

Saw a lot of sw while I was a FAA inspector that I didn't like, but as long as it was pulling in the right direction there wasn't much I could say.
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Come on OC - it doesn't matter if its an airplane or an awning pole, just do it right.
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No but if the factory did sw, I would certainly have to redo some if not all of it

I always enjoyed sw and was good at it. I learned it right the first time in the active duty af.

When I was a Air Reserve Technican at Carswell AFB if your sw wasn't by the book the inspector went snip snip

We used mostly .032 SS wire, but some applications needed .064.

Saw a lot of sw while I was a FAA inspector that I didn't like, but as long as it was pulling in the right direction there wasn't much I could say.
We safety wired critical items on our race cars also and still have the mil spec 0.032 wire and 2 sets of pliers. Drain plug was one of the critical items.
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OK - just don't change it after the pic and do the same with the others.
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