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RE: Annual with expired components?
Ahh the everlasting rotor blade if only it were true. I guess TBOs are recommended as in running ...
Posted in Helicopter Mechanics Forum by plumberpilot on 01/23/2013 5:02 PM
RE: Annual with expired components?
Thanks for the reply.
Posted in Helicopter Mechanics Forum by plumberpilot on 02/08/2013 3:12 PM
RE: New Guy (Training For Fun)
Late entry here but a really good way to learn to fly helicopters is buy a cheaper one and hire an i...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 10/16/2013 8:41 PM
RE: An Unusual but Important Question:
Posted By WBlauel on 04/15/2009 11:31 PMIn Canada, we call the nut holding on the main rotor the Jes...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 04/16/2009 9:15 AM
RE: An Unusual but Important Question:
"At least you don't have to put on a rubber suit before you go flying." Rubber suit?
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 04/17/2009 9:35 AM
RE: An Unusual but Important Question:
Nobody's survived life yet, are you sure you know what's coming after life? I know to be a Helicopte...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 04/23/2009 7:50 PM
Annual with expired components?
Can an aircraft be annualed with expired components? Thanks
Posted in Helicopter Mechanics Forum by plumberpilot on 01/22/2013 1:52 PM
RE: Annual with expired components?
Thanks I ask because I've bought a couple of aircraft that had timed out components installed in som...
Posted in Helicopter Mechanics Forum by plumberpilot on 01/23/2013 8:02 AM
RE: Going Away
Rocky thanks for all the posts and input enjoy what you can and endure the rest all the best! Ric...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 01/23/2013 8:18 AM
Just buy one
I'd like to shed a little light on another way to enjoy helicopters without breaking the bank. Many ...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 01/17/2006 10:13 AM
Cross over
This one's for the dual rated people. I'm going to get some F/W training and maybe get a rating....
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 01/11/2006 1:10 PM
RE: Integrity
OK I'll comment, I'm not the one you're looking for but I agree with your point. I see it all the ti...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 03/16/2009 4:15 PM
RE: R-22 vs. 300
Lord be with you on this one. I like the 300, but that's because I've owned a few. I don't like a R...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 03/31/2009 2:54 PM
RE: An Unusual but Important Question:
Count me in although I'm only a part time Helicopter Pilot I'm a full time believer. I don't really ...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 04/14/2009 4:27 PM
RE: An Unusual but Important Question:
Kieth It's really simple, 1st you have to understand that ALL have sinned and fall short of pleas...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 04/15/2009 7:57 AM
Stuck pedals
What do you do if you just cleared the trees after a max performance T.O. only to find the darned pe...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 12/21/2005 7:45 PM
Crossover continued:
Can't find my orig post. Nothing to do with Helicopters but I'm now dual rated after 8 mos and 62 hr...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 08/27/2007 1:03 PM
Re: Class E surface area question
Yes just stay below 700agl
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 11/24/2008 1:45 PM
Re: Lowest time building cost I have found
I hate to be negative but I don't think the numbers will work out for you. I'm not sure what model H...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 10/30/2008 9:49 AM
Hiller 12D
I'm just wondering if anyone's flying these helicopters for fun, seems to me i'm the only person in ...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 03/27/2005 12:42 PM
SIC turbine time
I've got a question about flying in a 206 with a rated pilot just to gain turbine experience. Can I...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 07/12/2005 7:32 AM
Re: Just buy one
The first step would be to decide what airframe you're interested in, and then locate a mechanic wit...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 01/19/2006 7:15 AM
Re: OVERCONTROL
I'm sure everyone agrees you have tense days and calm days so just stick with it, a calm day is comi...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 01/19/2006 9:57 AM
Re: Just buy one
You can do a search on helicopters for sale or try tradeaplane, controller, aerotrader, you will fin...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 01/20/2006 6:54 AM
Re: Flying without rotor-blades.
Welcome to the proud fathers (who like helicopters) of little girls club, I've been a member since '...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 01/18/2006 5:48 PM
Re: Hiller 12b/c
What Hiller are you talking about... they are all old. 12 B,C,D,E I'd like to help however I've only...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 02/02/2006 5:09 PM
Re: Wire Strikes?
What percentage of wire strikes are survived? I have known two people who hit wires and both were ki...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 01/23/2006 3:51 PM
Re: Hobbloggin
Rotor Driver Do you only log skids off the ground or collective up hobbs time, and is that all you'...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 02/19/2006 7:57 AM
Hobbloggin
I've been wondering about this for a while. I know some ships have hobbs that start when the battery...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 02/17/2006 6:18 PM
Re: Hobbloggin
FH1100 I forgot to say that I appreciate your comparison between rotor blades and wings. Totally ...
Posted in General Helicopter Discussion by plumberpilot on 02/18/2006 9:06 AM
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