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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

It's Hard To Believe It's Already Wednesday

With Paul and Gertjan down at JAARS in Waxhaw, NC for PT6 training, with Scott G. down in Florida on Rapid Response with Harvest Aviation, with Scott L. still to return from his two month internship with MARC, and David M. in Ethopia finalizing an adoption, things are a bit quieter in the hangar right now compared to how it was just a week ago. This Friday it'll be even quieter as three additional guys take a day of vacation. But work continues to be accomplished.

Chuck is organizing all the parts to reassemble the engine he's overhauling. Josh is measuring parts for the engine he's overhauling and assisting with the 182 when he's not working on GCI's 172. Mike is building wiring harnesses for the various components in the new instrument panel he's fabricating for Moody's 182. Ian has started installing the 182's interior and Andy is taping the horizontal stabilizer he's re-covering for a local Taylorcraft.

Josh and Mike discuss servicing the Moody 182's wing flap actuator.

Ian installs interior panels in the 182.

Andy tapes the leading edge of the Talorcraft's horizontal stabilizer.

1 comment:

Rachel said...

Andy, looks like your ironing came out very well! In fact the whole stabilizer.

Is the engine that Chuck is working on the IO360 that he had started before LETU got there? Or is it the one that has been sitting in the back hangar?

Its great to see all of the pictures and hear how everything is going!