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  1. American Airman as well. with people getting out of the industry doors might open. I know of someone that moved on, Local generating plant paying $45 an hr and full benefits for instrument techs or Turbine back engine techs is hard to beat.
  2. wondering of anyone has a pattern or pics for a saddle to hold blades to store an Astar in a narrow hangar.. Saw a few out west.. Thanks
  3. I thought they did and Canadians cant apply for the out of country jobs with a TC rating, they only wanted the Faa , Turbomeca gave up both when we asked.
  4. remember as well their courses are only recognized in Canada , so dont look for international work. They would do well to add FAA approval..
  5. the store bought laquer thinners are mostly MEK as well.
  6. remember,rule 2 , The minister may make exemptions...we've seen repairs and extensions granted to companies that made us go Huh?? how'd they do that. and even dual inspections by the cook are allowed. one thing on Astars too,, Make sure you have those changed every time nuts entered in the book and in inventory or taken out of, as Transport look for it I'm told, especially after an incident.
  7. these are available at NAPA and are great for MEK etc.
  8. as one of those who had cancer in their early 40's anyone exposed to it should be aware of the risks , No different than MEK, talk to guys who have poisoning from it and had to have a bag put on them that its no biggie.. Till your laying in a bed counting the days..
  9. and also if your looking at courses and want to work international, Make sure the course has an Faa credentials. Northern Lights etc courses are Canada only.
  10. https://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/toronto-lawyers-announce-500-million-class-action-lawsuit-against-the-makers-of-roundup-herbicide
  11. velcro doesnt cut it. Installed is the prime word, They used to try and get people for suction cups as well, and even floor protectors, and being as a floor protector or floor mat was just"laying there" it wasnt installed. So no STC needed .you had to account for it in the W&B though.
  12. also, N2 gauges suck on a jet box. confirm your rpm with a vibrex sometime and then set your rpm's knowing what the true RPM is. Every 206 I saw was 1% low. the OAT guage is never right either and yet they want the anti ice on at a precise reading?? and do your power checks off of the reading even
  13. also clean that shaft as the exhaust soot will work its way onto the bushing and cause the bushing to not move unless you have hyds on. If you have a B1 and down and loose Hyds with a spider assy that wont slide ,your in a world of hurt if you lose Hyds. I saw it twice. If you have the pitch links off. try and move the pedals back and forth on an inspection, to ensure the spider assy moves ..
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