Need to finish up windlace, eyebrow, whelen strobes and wingtip lights and whatever else I find along the way but I am almost there!
Maybe paint job next year!
Thank you to everyone that helped with suggestions and ideas!
Wow - did you also repair the seat frame?
1981 Seneca III
Hillsboro, OR (KHIO)
wow ... magazine article for sure, I'll contact you directly.
Digital Product Manager
Piper Owner Society
I did repair both seat frames as they were both broke, had them rewelded and then painted them. Wife asked why I was repainting them as no one would see them, at that point I explained it made the plane faster obviously!
Charlie, total up your spends and for every $1000 spent you are 1 kt faster. Every month is 100 fpm in climb
Jim "Griff" Griffin
PA28 - 161
Eric, I like your math! LOL
Like Griff said, I will also be pacing the SR-71
Griff, although I am not quite done I am done enough to get up in the air. It is a much more comfortable ride now, the wife and friends like it so much more!
Repairing the seats weren't any big deal at all, I do not expect to have any issues again but the nice thing about the Airtex covers is, if I do I can pull them off and just fix again.
Hoping to get to the hanger this weekend and finish (fingers crossed) just in time for my annual