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Thread: Lou and Connie’s PA22/20/22 project..

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    Default Re: Lou and Connie’s PA22/20/22 project..

    Certainly I'M not worried about the hole in the control yoke shaft as I've been flying mine like that for years. However, I was asking if the FAA would be concerned with the modification. We all know that they can be "interesting" to deal with and logic/common sense rarely fits into that equation. That is a part of the control system after all. You and I both know that hole would not be a problem but often THEY want proof of what is our common sense - as they have none.
    I do really like the cleanliness of the installation but I've just had a minor "I wonder.." question about it. So minor that I've never even bothered to ask about it. Good to know.

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    Default Re: Lou and Connie’s PA22/20/22 project..

    Quote Originally Posted by smcnutt View Post
    Certainly I'M not worried about the hole in the control yoke shaft as I've been flying mine like that for years. However, I was asking if the FAA would be concerned with the modification. We all know that they can be "interesting" to deal with and logic/common sense rarely fits into that equation. That is a part of the control system after all. You and I both know that hole would not be a problem but often THEY want proof of what is our common sense - as they have none.
    I do really like the cleanliness of the installation but I've just had a minor "I wonder.." question about it. So minor that I've never even bothered to ask about it. Good to know.

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    Generally, the FAA has no interest in minor non structural modifications to our planes.
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    Default Re: Lou and Connie’s PA22/20/22 project..

    Nice work on this rebuild!

    I really like how you did the push to talk setup. I think I will copy that in the future. Sure looks cleaner and is easy to reach.

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