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  2. The Wings Over Camarillo Airshow will be Aug 19, 20 this year. Once again we will have 3 PT22 and 1 Ranger Ryan attending, Chris Nehus, Doug Schuster, Terry Freedman and Gary Jackson. Chris will have an open hanger for the event with lots of goodies to munch on so feel free to join in or just stop by and chat. If you wish to attend drop me a quick email, cnehus@verizon.net. This is one of the best airshow if you love War Birds as Camarillo is home to the CAF. Chris Nehus
  3. A few yrs ago we found out that the MS bolt is also a close tolerance bolt & may be used. We got the data from Boeing shop ref manual.
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  14. If you have not already drilled oversize try to install NAS close tolerance bolts first. Close Tolerance bolts are slightly larger diameter as compared to standard AN. Easy way to tighten up any slight movement.
  15. Hi Ron Thanks very much for a quick, detailed and relevant reply. We will get on to it. Cheers Mike
  16. The Ryan overhaul instructions allow elongated holes in the elevator connect tube and elevator spars to be drilled out to the next size, not to exceed 1/8 inch larger diameter of the original hole size. Make sure that the new hole is drilled concentric around the original hole center line. Regards, Ron
  17. We have a little free play between the two elevators. Each elevator torque tube has two bolts through the elevator horn inner torque tube. I suspect the holes on the inner tube have worn a little. Is this a known issue? Are there common fixes to beef up the connection between the elevator and horn torque tubes? Any ideas and suggestions much appreciated. Thanks. Mike
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  19. Skybound is the current certificate holder for these brakes. They have what new stock is available. When you rebuild the master cylinders, make sure that the chain is the correct length or you will not be able to bleed the brakes. I believe the "at rest" gap is 5/32" but check with Jim to verify that. 6910 "A" Buford Hwy Dorazille, GA 30340 1-770-446-6797 Jim Greene, owner Regards, Ron
  20. Is there a source for brake master cylinder parts?
  21. I need to make a couple of STA seat buckets. The Cassageneris drawings don't show this part so I wondered if anyone has some photos of the original seats that they would share with me? A side and top view would be most helpful. Thanks
  22. During inspection, prior to covering my vertical fin, I found a crack that runs completely around the circumference of the rudder post at the landing wire attach hole. Just the leading edge tube and the fabric holding it together. Make sure you take a good look when you have the parts opened up. Fin shows no evidence of prior damage. Ron
  23. Thanks Joel! I have the original paper manuals but hate to run the chance of damaging them in the shop. Regards, Ron
  24. Encase anyone needed a digital copy. PT-22 Flight Manual.pdf PT-22 Overhaul Manual.pdf PT-22 Parts Manual.pdf PT-22 Service Manual.pdf
  25. With a Y-150, battery, full fuel and two adults, will that put you over gross ?
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