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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 2:26 am    Post subject: Pietenpol-List Digest: 1 Msgs - 08/13/18 Reply with quote

Not flying yet, still building.

For the fifth bearing. Review Azalea aviation for the fifth bearing.

You’ll find the approach sensible.
- Rich

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On Aug 14, 2018, at 1:39 AM, Pietenpol-List Digest Server <pietenpol-list(at)matronics.com> wrote:

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1. 07:42 PM - Pre buy inpection questions. (j_dunavin)



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Time: 07:42:42 PM PST US
Subject: Pre buy inpection questions.
From: "j_dunavin" <j_dunavin(at)hotmail.com>


I'm looking at a Piet for sale that has a corvair motor and was apparently built
per the manual. It has no 5th bearing and a Harley Davidson carb.
I suppose the right thing to do is tear it back down and verify proper modifications,
block, crank numbers, as well a getting a 5th bearing for it.
Assume nothing, right?

Kind of related question:
The aircraft is mostly finished, covered painted, etc. It looks like a good quality
build, from what I can see in the inspection panels and whatnot. Landing
gear is metal type, with cross springs, good looking welds, supposedly from a
certified guy.
However, there is no build log, and very few pictures, like 6 maybe. No receipts,
and except for a copy of the plans and misc notes, drawings, no paperwork.
It's never been finished, no N number etc.
How would that work with an inspection?
How would an EAA tech advisor. Or whomever the guy is that gives you the certificate,
sign that off?
I'm have my A&P so even though I'm not the original builder I could work on it.

Thoughts?
Thanks


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 8:00 am    Post subject: Pietenpol-List Digest: 1 Msgs - 08/13/18 Reply with quote

Regarding paperwork and certification in your case I would refer you to your local FSDO

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On Aug 14, 2018, at 1:39 AM, Pietenpol-List Digest Server <pietenpol-list(at)matronics.com> wrote:

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Online Versions of Today's List Digest Archive
==================================================

Today's complete Pietenpol-List Digest can also be found in either of the
two Web Links listed below. The .html file includes the Digest formatted
in HTML for viewing with a web browser and features Hyperlinked Indexes
and Message Navigation. The .txt file includes the plain ASCII version
of the Pietenpol-List Digest and can be viewed with a generic text editor
such as Notepad or with a web browser.

HTML Version:

http://www.matronics.com/digest/digestview.php?Style=82701&View=html&Chapter 18-08-13&Archive=Pietenpol

Text Version:

http://www.matronics.com/digest/digestview.php?Style=82701&View=txt&Chapter 18-08-13&Archive=Pietenpol


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Today's Message Index:
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1. 07:42 PM - Pre buy inpection questions. (j_dunavin)



________________________________ Message 1 _____________________________________


Time: 07:42:42 PM PST US
Subject: Pre buy inpection questions.
From: "j_dunavin" <j_dunavin(at)hotmail.com>


I'm looking at a Piet for sale that has a corvair motor and was apparently built
per the manual. It has no 5th bearing and a Harley Davidson carb.
I suppose the right thing to do is tear it back down and verify proper modifications,
block, crank numbers, as well a getting a 5th bearing for it.
Assume nothing, right?

Kind of related question:
The aircraft is mostly finished, covered painted, etc. It looks like a good quality
build, from what I can see in the inspection panels and whatnot. Landing
gear is metal type, with cross springs, good looking welds, supposedly from a
certified guy.
However, there is no build log, and very few pictures, like 6 maybe. No receipts,
and except for a copy of the plans and misc notes, drawings, no paperwork.
It's never been finished, no N number etc.
How would that work with an inspection?
How would an EAA tech advisor. Or whomever the guy is that gives you the certificate,
sign that off?
I'm have my A&P so even though I'm not the original builder I could work on it.

Thoughts?
Thanks


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