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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [IAC-L:1836] Re: AD's om Exp A/C was MT3 Prop AD



                


Thread: [IAC-L:1836] Re: AD's om Exp A/C was MT3 Prop AD

Message: [IAC-L:1836] Re: AD's om Exp A/C was MT3 Prop AD

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From: pilots at planet.net

Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 03:41:19 UTC


Message:

 

On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, KJKimball at aol.com wrote:

>It is my understanding that ALL aircraft reguardless of certification
>catagory are required to comform to all the AD's issused to the airframe AND
>related appliances.  A homebuilt Pitts S-1 or S-2 is subject to the rear spar
>fitting AD.  Our Gee Bee Z replica is required to have all engine, prop, and
>accessories complied with.  Read the regs. again and you will see.

> Experimental Exhibition catagory aircraft, such as, Yaks, Sukois, etc. are
>required to conform to ALL the AD issued on all items on the plane.
>
>Kevin Kimball



Not. This is absolutely not true. Your FSDO might be 
misinformed, but check the regs yourself and you will
see. Please quote chapter and verse of the FAR's if you
find otherwise. I believe you will not be able to.


Regards,


Dave Sutton
Good pilot, Lousy A&P.... (but licensed anyhow)


                


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