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Thread: [IAC-L:863] Wanted: 2 Place Sukhoi, Extra or P ...

Message: [IAC-L:863] Wanted: 2 Place Sukhoi, Extra or Pitts to Rent in the Turnersville, NJ area.

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From: Hubie Tolson <tolson at coastalnet.com>

Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 16:28:57 UTC


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Hi All,

I need to rent a 2 place in or around Turnersville, NJ,  in the next
week or two to introduce a non-acro buddy to acro. Probably two hours.
Can anyone suggest a loan or rental in that area?

To all who replied to my M14P Engine Gremlin plea for help - I finally
fixed the !%#$#&*#$ at #$ thing.

A sheilded high tension lead  inside the distributor cap was torn by the
penetrating screw which makes the contact with the inner wire of the
lead. (It had torn the shielding because it was not fully extracted when
the wire was put into place, and was occassionally grounding to the
shielding). Now all I've got to do is unfix all the other stuff I
"fixed", while trying to find this problem. Thanks to all who replied
with suggestions.

And to those who replied to my post re: What to do about a Mechanics
Lein by a mechanic I've never head of - The owner of Colvin Air called,
appologized profusely, was much nicer than his receptionist, and sent
paperwork proving release of the lein. He also offered to pay for my
inconvenience. However, had he not fixed his mistake, I would have only
had civil remedies (ie...court and lawyers) to resolve the problem,
according to AOPA. Anyone can place a lein on your plane - for any, or
no reason.

Great Weekend,

Hubie

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Hi All,

<P>I need to rent a 2 place in or around Turnersville, NJ,  in the
next week or two to introduce a non-acro buddy to acro. Probably two hours.
Can anyone suggest a loan or rental in that area?

<P>To all who replied to my <U>M14P Engine Gremlin</U> plea for help -
I finally fixed the !%#$#&*#$ at #$ thing.

<P>A sheilded high tension lead  inside the distributor cap was torn
by the penetrating screw which makes the contact with the inner wire of
the lead. (It had torn the shielding because it was not fully extracted
when the wire was put into place, and was occassionally grounding to the
shielding). Now all I've got to do is unfix all the other stuff I "fixed",
while trying to find this problem. Thanks to all who replied with suggestions.

<P>And to those who replied to my post re: What to do about a <U>Mechanics
Lein by a mechanic I've never head of </U>- The owner of Colvin Air called,
appologized profusely, was much nicer than his receptionist, and sent paperwork
proving release of the lein. He also offered to pay for my inconvenience.
However, had he not fixed his mistake, I would have only had civil remedies
(ie...court and lawyers) to resolve the problem, according to AOPA. Anyone
can place a lein on your plane - for any, or no reason.

<P>Great Weekend,

<P>Hubie</HTML>

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