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  1. #1

    [musketeermail] Tools

    I carry the screwdrivers that are part of the fuel tester, a multi tool and a Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. So far I have used the later much more than the former in emergencies.

    I do carry a survival kit - signal mirror, fishing line, matches - forgot what all is in there.



    Jimmie and Mary Mc <hoca@adelphia.net> wrote: Recently I saw in one of the flying magazines, I can't remember which and I
    can't find it now, an article about tools to carry in your plane in case of
    a (mechanical) emergency. What do y'all carry in your toolbags? Thank
    you, Jimmie



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    [musketeermail] Tools

    We have a small plastic tool box it weights 10lbs max. the contents are.
    4 spare and gaped spare plugs with washers
    Plug spanner
    A selection of spanners and some ¼ drive sockets
    Pair of pliers/cutters
    A few cable ties
    Some locking wire and a couple of small split pins
    A few spare panel screws and some small nut./bolt mainly for if I drop
    something on the ramp fixing the plane
    Some rags
    Large spilt pins for the wheel nuts

    Also in the aeroplane
    1 ltr of oil
    Wind screen cleaner gets used a lot this time of year with the low sun.
    Fuel Tester
    Hand held icom radio
    Sunglasses
    torch

    -----Original Message-----
    From: RJF [mailto:rjf@p339.com]
    Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 07:34 PM
    To: 'Ed Weaver'
    Cc: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org
    Subject: Re: [musketeermail] Tools

    Ed,

    You couldn't have said it any better. I'm equipped equally well. Not
    being an A&P, I'm very worried about getting the cowling off at some
    distant airport only to have FAA Bob round the corner and want to help.
    If you do lots of off airport travel, your philospohy on this could
    realistically different. In that case I defer to the A&P's in the
    audience for the best advice.

    Having said that, I absolutely recommend having a current service manual
    for your aircraft as part of your tool-kit. It's not really likely that
    you're going to need service from some shop that doesn't have a Lycoming
    (I)O-xxx manual in it; but, you could find a little shop that doesn't
    have your airplane service manual in it. This could delay your getting
    service quickly/effectively. It is a requirement that the service
    manual be there while the work is being done. Making the A&P aware that
    it's there is a good thing.

    regards,

    RJF

    Ed Weaver wrote:

    >I carry the screwdrivers that are part of the fuel tester, a multi tool and a Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. So far I have used the later much more than the former in emergencies.
    >
    >I do carry a survival kit - signal mirror, fishing line, matches - forgot what all is in there.
    >
    >
    >
    >Jimmie and Mary Mc <hoca@adelphia.net> wrote: Recently I saw in one of the flying magazines, I can't remember which and I
    > can't find it now, an article about tools to carry in your plane in case of
    > a (mechanical) emergency. What do y'all carry in your toolbags? Thank
    > you, Jimmie
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  3. #3
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    [musketeermail] Tools

    Here's a great article on the subject...

    http://www.avweb.com/news/columns/191532-1.html



    On Thu, 2006-02-16 at 11:16 -0800, Ed Weaver wrote:
    > I carry the screwdrivers that are part of the fuel tester, a multi tool and a Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. So far I have used the later much more than the former in emergencies.
    >
    > I do carry a survival kit - signal mirror, fishing line, matches - forgot what all is in there.
    >
    >
    >
    > Jimmie and Mary Mc <hoca@adelphia.net> wrote: Recently I saw in one of the flying magazines, I can't remember which and I
    > can't find it now, an article about tools to carry in your plane in case of
    > a (mechanical) emergency. What do y'all carry in your toolbags? Thank
    > you, Jimmie
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    [musketeermail] Tools

    Tony of England,

    I looked for a "spanner" at my local hardware store. They don't carry them.

    Tom Corcoran, Boston

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Tony Crowe <tony@bobcroweaircraft.com>
    To: rjf@p339.com; Ed Weaver <edweaver2002@yahoo.com>
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 20:55:13 +0000
    Subject: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools


    We have a small plastic tool box it weights 10lbs max. the contents are.
    4 spare and gaped spare plugs with washers
    Plug spanner
    A selection of spanners and some ¼ drive sockets
    Pair of pliers/cutters
    A few cable ties
    Some locking wire and a couple of small split pins
    A few spare panel screws and some small nut./bolt mainly for if I drop
    something on the ramp fixing the plane
    Some rags
    Large spilt pins for the wheel nuts

    Also in the aeroplane
    1 ltr of oil
    Wind screen cleaner gets used a lot this time of year with the low sun.
    Fuel Tester
    Hand held icom radio
    Sunglasses
    torch

    -----Original Message-----
    From: RJF [mailto:rjf@p339.com]
    Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 07:34 PM
    To: 'Ed Weaver'
    Cc: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org
    Subject: Re: [musketeermail] Tools

    Ed,

    You couldn't have said it any better. I'm equipped equally well. Not
    being an A&P, I'm very worried about getting the cowling off at some
    distant airport only to have FAA Bob round the corner and want to help.
    If you do lots of off airport travel, your philospohy on this could
    realistically different. In that case I defer to the A&P's in the
    audience for the best advice.

    Having said that, I absolutely recommend having a current service manual
    for your aircraft as part of your tool-kit. It's not really likely that
    you're going to need service from some shop that doesn't have a Lycoming
    (I)O-xxx manual in it; but, you could find a little shop that doesn't
    have your airplane service manual in it. This could delay your getting
    service quickly/effectively. It is a requirement that the service
    manual be there while the work is being done. Making the A&P aware that
    it's there is a good thing.

    regards,

    RJF

    Ed Weaver wrote:

    >I carry the screwdrivers that are part of the fuel tester, a multi tool and a
    Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. So far I have used the later much more than the
    former in emergencies.
    >
    >I do carry a survival kit - signal mirror, fishing line, matches - forgot what
    all is in there.
    >
    >
    >
    >Jimmie and Mary Mc <hoca@adelphia.net> wrote: Recently I saw in one of the
    flying magazines, I can't remember which and I
    > can't find it now, an article about tools to carry in your plane in case of
    > a (mechanical) emergency. What do y'all carry in your toolbags? Thank
    > you, Jimmie
    >
    >
    >
    > Join BAC today and be a part of the ONLY Type Club for the Musketeer series!
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    [musketeermail] Tools

    ME too!!
    and I keep wondering how he lights the TORCH without MATCHES in the kit ???

    Bill

    -----Original Message-----
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    Behalf Of mediareps@aol.com
    Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 7:49 AM
    To: tony@bobcroweaircraft.com; rjf@p339.com; edweaver2002@yahoo.com
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Re: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools


    Tony of England,

    I looked for a "spanner" at my local hardware store. They don't carry them.

    Tom Corcoran, Boston

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Tony Crowe <tony@bobcroweaircraft.com>
    To: rjf@p339.com; Ed Weaver <edweaver2002@yahoo.com>
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 20:55:13 +0000
    Subject: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools


    We have a small plastic tool box it weights 10lbs max. the contents are.
    4 spare and gaped spare plugs with washers
    Plug spanner
    A selection of spanners and some ¼ drive sockets
    Pair of pliers/cutters
    A few cable ties
    Some locking wire and a couple of small split pins
    A few spare panel screws and some small nut./bolt mainly for if I drop
    something on the ramp fixing the plane
    Some rags
    Large spilt pins for the wheel nuts

    Also in the aeroplane
    1 ltr of oil
    Wind screen cleaner gets used a lot this time of year with the low sun.
    Fuel Tester
    Hand held icom radio
    Sunglasses
    torch

    -----Original Message-----
    From: RJF [mailto:rjf@p339.com]
    Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 07:34 PM
    To: 'Ed Weaver'
    Cc: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org
    Subject: Re: [musketeermail] Tools

    Ed,

    You couldn't have said it any better. I'm equipped equally well. Not
    being an A&P, I'm very worried about getting the cowling off at some
    distant airport only to have FAA Bob round the corner and want to help.
    If you do lots of off airport travel, your philospohy on this could
    realistically different. In that case I defer to the A&P's in the
    audience for the best advice.

    Having said that, I absolutely recommend having a current service manual
    for your aircraft as part of your tool-kit. It's not really likely that
    you're going to need service from some shop that doesn't have a Lycoming
    (I)O-xxx manual in it; but, you could find a little shop that doesn't
    have your airplane service manual in it. This could delay your getting
    service quickly/effectively. It is a requirement that the service
    manual be there while the work is being done. Making the A&P aware that
    it's there is a good thing.

    regards,

    RJF

    Ed Weaver wrote:

    >I carry the screwdrivers that are part of the fuel tester, a multi tool and
    a
    Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. So far I have used the later much more than the
    former in emergencies.
    >
    >I do carry a survival kit - signal mirror, fishing line, matches - forgot
    what
    all is in there.
    >
    >
    >
    >Jimmie and Mary Mc <hoca@adelphia.net> wrote: Recently I saw in one of the
    flying magazines, I can't remember which and I
    > can't find it now, an article about tools to carry in your plane in case
    of
    > a (mechanical) emergency. What do y'all carry in your toolbags? Thank
    > you, Jimmie
    >
    >
    >
    > Join BAC today and be a part of the ONLY Type Club for the Musketeer
    series!
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    [musketeermail] Tools

    Welllll... If you hit something hard enough, lighting the Torch will probably take care of itself....

    Tom must not know what a real hardware store is. Any good one will carry a few spanners. They are those big tools with pins on each side of a gap, to mate with recesses in a gland nut. But wait, I just realized that Tom probably isn't very familiar with glands anymore....


    ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
    From: "Dr Bill Heybruck" <heybruck@bellsouth.net>
    Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 08:16:19 -0500

    <html><body>


    <tt>
    ME too!!<BR>
    and I keep wondering how he lights the TORCH without MATCHES in the kit ???<BR>
    <BR>
    Bill<BR>
    <BR>
    -----Original Message-----<BR>
    From: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com [mailto:musketeermail@yahoogroups.com]On<BR>
    Behalf Of mediareps@aol.com<BR>
    Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 7:49 AM<BR>
    To: tony@bobcroweaircraft.com; rjf@p339.com; edweaver2002@yahoo.com<BR>
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com<BR>
    Subject: Re: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools<BR>
    <BR>
    <BR>
    Tony of England,<BR>
    <BR>
    I looked for a "spanner" at my local hardware store. They don't carry them.<BR>
    <BR>
    Tom Corcoran, Boston<BR>
    <BR>
    -----Original Message-----<BR>
    From: Tony Crowe <tony@bobcroweaircraft.com><BR>
    To: rjf@p339.com; Ed Weaver <edweaver2002@yahoo.com><BR>
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com<BR>
    Sent: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 20:55:13 +0000<BR>
    Subject: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools<BR>
    <BR>
    <BR>
    We have a small plastic tool box it weights 10lbs max. the contents are.<BR>
    4 spare and gaped spare plugs with washers<BR>
    Plug spanner<BR>
    A selection of spanners and some ¼ drive sockets<BR>
    Pair of pliers/cutters<BR>
    A few cable ties<BR>
    Some locking wire and a couple of small split pins<BR>
    A few spare panel screws and some small nut./bolt mainly for if I drop<BR>
    something on the ramp fixing the plane<BR>
    Some rags<BR>
    Large spilt pins for the wheel nuts<BR>
    <BR>
    Also in the aeroplane<BR>
    1 ltr of oil<BR>
    Wind screen cleaner gets used a lot this time of year with the low sun.<BR>
    Fuel Tester<BR>
    Hand held icom radio<BR>
    Sunglasses<BR>
    torch<BR>
    <BR>
    -----Original Message-----<BR>
    From: RJF [mailto:rjf@p339.com]<BR>
    Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 07:34 PM<BR>
    To: 'Ed Weaver'<BR>
    Cc: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org<BR>
    Subject: Re: [musketeermail] Tools<BR>
    <BR>
    Ed,<BR>
    <BR>
    You couldn't have said it any better. I'm equipped equally well. Not<BR>
    being an A&P, I'm very worried about getting the cowling off at some<BR>
    distant airport only to have FAA Bob round the corner and want to help.<BR>
    If you do lots of off airport travel, your philospohy on this could<BR>
    realistically different. In that case I defer to the A&P's in the<BR>
    audience for the best advice.<BR>
    <BR>
    Having said that, I absolutely recommend having a current service manual<BR>
    for your aircraft as part of your tool-kit. It's not really likely that<BR>
    you're going to need service from some shop that doesn't have a Lycoming<BR>
    (I)O-xxx manual in it; but, you could find a little shop that doesn't<BR>
    have your airplane service manual in it. This could delay your getting<BR>
    service quickly/effectively. It is a requirement that the service<BR>
    manual be there while the work is being done. Making the A&P aware that<BR>
    it's there is a good thing.<BR>
    <BR>
    regards,<BR>
    <BR>
    RJF<BR>
    <BR>
    Ed Weaver wrote:<BR>
    <BR>
    >I carry the screwdrivers that are part of the fuel tester, a multi tool and<BR>
    a<BR>
    Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. So far I have used the later much more than the<BR>
    former in emergencies.<BR>
    ><BR>
    >I do carry a survival kit - signal mirror, fishing line, matches - forgot<BR>
    what<BR>
    all is in there.<BR>
    ><BR>
    ><BR>
    ><BR>
    >Jimmie and Mary Mc <hoca@adelphia.net> wrote: Recently I saw in one of the<BR>
    flying magazines, I can't remember which and I<BR>
    > can't find it now, an article about tools to carry in your plane in case<BR>
    of<BR>
    > a (mechanical) emergency. What do y'all carry in your toolbags? Thank<BR>
    > you, Jimmie<BR>
    ><BR>
    ><BR>
    ><BR>
    > Join BAC today and be a part of the ONLY Type Club for the Musketeer<BR>
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    [musketeermail] Tools

    On the fire department everyone carries a spanner to use on hose couplings,
    and we are constantly on the lookout for that SOB with the torch. Sorry
    Tony, we are all so low class out here in the colonies.

    Low and a little slow

    Al Todd Sierra 9321S


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    From: "Dr Bill Heybruck" <heybruck@bellsouth.net>
    To: <mediareps@aol.com>; <tony@bobcroweaircraft.com>; <rjf@p339.com>;
    <edweaver2002@yahoo.com>
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    Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 8:16 AM
    Subject: RE: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools


    ME too!!
    and I keep wondering how he lights the TORCH without MATCHES in the kit ???

    Bill

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    Behalf Of mediareps@aol.com
    Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 7:49 AM
    To: tony@bobcroweaircraft.com; rjf@p339.com; edweaver2002@yahoo.com
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Re: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools


    Tony of England,

    I looked for a "spanner" at my local hardware store. They don't carry them.

    Tom Corcoran, Boston

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    From: Tony Crowe <tony@bobcroweaircraft.com>
    To: rjf@p339.com; Ed Weaver <edweaver2002@yahoo.com>
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 20:55:13 +0000
    Subject: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools


    We have a small plastic tool box it weights 10lbs max. the contents are.
    4 spare and gaped spare plugs with washers
    Plug spanner
    A selection of spanners and some ¼ drive sockets
    Pair of pliers/cutters
    A few cable ties
    Some locking wire and a couple of small split pins
    A few spare panel screws and some small nut./bolt mainly for if I drop
    something on the ramp fixing the plane
    Some rags
    Large spilt pins for the wheel nuts

    Also in the aeroplane
    1 ltr of oil
    Wind screen cleaner gets used a lot this time of year with the low sun.
    Fuel Tester
    Hand held icom radio
    Sunglasses
    torch

    -----Original Message-----
    From: RJF [mailto:rjf@p339.com]
    Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 07:34 PM
    To: 'Ed Weaver'
    Cc: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org
    Subject: Re: [musketeermail] Tools

    Ed,

    You couldn't have said it any better. I'm equipped equally well. Not
    being an A&P, I'm very worried about getting the cowling off at some
    distant airport only to have FAA Bob round the corner and want to help.
    If you do lots of off airport travel, your philospohy on this could
    realistically different. In that case I defer to the A&P's in the
    audience for the best advice.

    Having said that, I absolutely recommend having a current service manual
    for your aircraft as part of your tool-kit. It's not really likely that
    you're going to need service from some shop that doesn't have a Lycoming
    (I)O-xxx manual in it; but, you could find a little shop that doesn't
    have your airplane service manual in it. This could delay your getting
    service quickly/effectively. It is a requirement that the service
    manual be there while the work is being done. Making the A&P aware that
    it's there is a good thing.

    regards,

    RJF

    Ed Weaver wrote:

    >I carry the screwdrivers that are part of the fuel tester, a multi tool and
    a
    Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. So far I have used the later much more than the
    former in emergencies.
    >
    >I do carry a survival kit - signal mirror, fishing line, matches - forgot
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  8. #8

    [musketeermail] Tools

    Now sitting here on a typical grey Sunday afternoon in the British land of
    your ancestors. I have a cup of tea in one hand while looking at a Badger
    trying to eat my cats in the garden.



    Now I think you lot the Americans seem to have a word problem. It must be
    since some of our words have travelled across the small expanse of water
    called the Atlantic Ocean they have been changed. Maybe its something you
    could ask Arnold Schwarzenegger to change back when he becomes president.



    Have fun today if your flying your colourful aeroplanes but be sure to have
    your flashlights and wrenches handy to fix the Piper on the ramp next to
    you.



    If someone is a Gland nut in England we put them in a real special hospital.



    Tony from the land of the Luddite



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    From: "Michael Rellihan" <mike@rellihan.com>
    To: <mediareps@aol.com>; <tony@bobcroweaircraft.com>; <rjf@p339.com>;
    <edweaver2002@yahoo.com>; "Dr Bill Heybruck" <heybruck@bellsouth.net>
    Cc: <bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org>; <musketeermail@yahoogroups.com>
    Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 1:46 PM
    Subject: RE: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools



    Welllll... If you hit something hard enough, lighting the Torch will
    probably take care of itself....

    Tom must not know what a real hardware store is. Any good one will carry a
    few spanners. They are those big tools with pins on each side of a gap, to
    mate with recesses in a gland nut. But wait, I just realized that Tom
    probably isn't very familiar with glands anymore....


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    From: "Dr Bill Heybruck" <heybruck@bellsouth.net>
    Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 08:16:19 -0500

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    ME too!!<BR>
    and I keep wondering how he lights the TORCH without MATCHES in the kit
    ???<BR>
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    [mailto:musketeermail@yahoogroups.com]On<BR>
    Behalf Of mediareps@aol.com<BR>
    Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 7:49 AM<BR>
    To: tony@bobcroweaircraft.com; rjf@p339.com; edweaver2002@yahoo.com<BR>
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    Subject: Re: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools<BR>
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    I looked for a "spanner" at my local hardware store. They don't carry
    them.<BR>
    <BR>
    Tom Corcoran, Boston<BR>
    <BR>
    -----Original Message-----<BR>
    From: Tony Crowe <tony@bobcroweaircraft.com><BR>
    To: rjf@p339.com; Ed Weaver <edweaver2002@yahoo.com><BR>
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com<BR>
    Sent: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 20:55:13 +0000<BR>
    Subject: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools<BR>
    <BR>
    <BR>
    We have a small plastic tool box it weights 10lbs max. the contents are.<BR>
    4 spare and gaped spare plugs with washers<BR>
    Plug spanner<BR>
    A selection of spanners and some ¼ drive sockets<BR>
    Pair of pliers/cutters<BR>
    A few cable ties<BR>
    Some locking wire and a couple of small split pins<BR>
    A few spare panel screws and some small nut./bolt mainly for if I drop<BR>
    something on the ramp fixing the plane<BR>
    Some rags<BR>
    Large spilt pins for the wheel nuts<BR>
    <BR>
    Also in the aeroplane<BR>
    1 ltr of oil<BR>
    Wind screen cleaner gets used a lot this time of year with the low sun.<BR>
    Fuel Tester<BR>
    Hand held icom radio<BR>
    Sunglasses<BR>
    torch<BR>
    <BR>
    -----Original Message-----<BR>
    From: RJF [mailto:rjf@p339.com]<BR>
    Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 07:34 PM<BR>
    To: 'Ed Weaver'<BR>
    Cc: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org<BR>
    Subject: Re: [musketeermail] Tools<BR>
    <BR>
    Ed,<BR>
    <BR>
    You couldn't have said it any better. I'm equipped equally well. Not<BR>
    being an A&P, I'm very worried about getting the cowling off at some<BR>
    distant airport only to have FAA Bob round the corner and want to help.<BR>
    If you do lots of off airport travel, your philospohy on this could<BR>
    realistically different. In that case I defer to the A&P's in the<BR>
    audience for the best advice.<BR>
    <BR>
    Having said that, I absolutely recommend having a current service manual<BR>
    for your aircraft as part of your tool-kit. It's not really likely that<BR>
    you're going to need service from some shop that doesn't have a Lycoming<BR>
    (I)O-xxx manual in it; but, you could find a little shop that doesn't<BR>
    have your airplane service manual in it. This could delay your getting<BR>
    service quickly/effectively. It is a requirement that the service<BR>
    manual be there while the work is being done. Making the A&P aware that<BR>
    it's there is a good thing.<BR>
    <BR>
    regards,<BR>
    <BR>
    RJF<BR>
    <BR>
    Ed Weaver wrote:<BR>
    <BR>
    >I carry the screwdrivers that are part of the fuel tester, a multi tool
    >and<BR>
    a<BR>
    Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. So far I have used the later much more than
    the<BR>
    former in emergencies.<BR>
    ><BR>
    >I do carry a survival kit - signal mirror, fishing line, matches -
    >forgot<BR>
    what<BR>
    all is in there.<BR>
    ><BR>
    ><BR>
    ><BR>
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    > case<BR>
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    [musketeermail] Tools

    Tony.

    I could not have said it better

    Jeff Bryant
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    1975 Sport "160" N6993R
    California City, Ca (Land of the Terminator)



    -----Original Message-----
    From: bac-mail-bounces@beechaeroclub.org
    [mailto:bac-mail-bounces@beechaeroclub.org] On Behalf Of Tony Crowe
    Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 7:32 AM
    To: mike@rellihan.com; mediareps@aol.com; rjf@p339.com;
    edweaver2002@yahoo.com; Dr Bill Heybruck
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Re: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools

    Now sitting here on a typical grey Sunday afternoon in the British land of
    your ancestors. I have a cup of tea in one hand while looking at a Badger
    trying to eat my cats in the garden.



    Now I think you lot the Americans seem to have a word problem. It must be
    since some of our words have travelled across the small expanse of water
    called the Atlantic Ocean they have been changed. Maybe its something you
    could ask Arnold Schwarzenegger to change back when he becomes president.



    Have fun today if your flying your colourful aeroplanes but be sure to have
    your flashlights and wrenches handy to fix the Piper on the ramp next to
    you.



    If someone is a Gland nut in England we put them in a real special hospital.



    Tony from the land of the Luddite



    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Michael Rellihan" <mike@rellihan.com>
    To: <mediareps@aol.com>; <tony@bobcroweaircraft.com>; <rjf@p339.com>;
    <edweaver2002@yahoo.com>; "Dr Bill Heybruck" <heybruck@bellsouth.net>
    Cc: <bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org>; <musketeermail@yahoogroups.com>
    Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 1:46 PM
    Subject: RE: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools



    Welllll... If you hit something hard enough, lighting the Torch will
    probably take care of itself....

    Tom must not know what a real hardware store is. Any good one will carry a
    few spanners. They are those big tools with pins on each side of a gap, to
    mate with recesses in a gland nut. But wait, I just realized that Tom
    probably isn't very familiar with glands anymore....


    ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
    From: "Dr Bill Heybruck" <heybruck@bellsouth.net>
    Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2006 08:16:19 -0500

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    <tt>
    ME too!!<BR>
    and I keep wondering how he lights the TORCH without MATCHES in the kit
    ???<BR> <BR> Bill<BR> <BR> -----Original Message-----<BR>
    From: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    [mailto:musketeermail@yahoogroups.com]On<BR>
    Behalf Of mediareps@aol.com<BR>
    Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2006 7:49 AM<BR>
    To: tony@bobcroweaircraft.com; rjf@p339.com; edweaver2002@yahoo.com<BR>
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com<BR>
    Subject: Re: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools<BR> <BR> <BR> Tony of
    England,<BR> <BR> I looked for a "spanner" at my local hardware store. They
    don't carry them.<BR> <BR> Tom Corcoran, Boston<BR> <BR> -----Original
    Message-----<BR>
    From: Tony Crowe <tony@bobcroweaircraft.com><BR>
    To: rjf@p339.com; Ed Weaver <edweaver2002@yahoo.com><BR>
    Cc: bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org; musketeermail@yahoogroups.com<BR>
    Sent: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 20:55:13 +0000<BR>
    Subject: [BAC-Mail] Re: [musketeermail] Tools<BR> <BR> <BR> We have a small
    plastic tool box it weights 10lbs max. the contents are.<BR>
    4 spare and gaped spare plugs with washers<BR> Plug spanner<BR> A selection
    of spanners and some ¼ drive sockets<BR> Pair of pliers/cutters<BR> A few
    cable ties<BR> Some locking wire and a couple of small split pins<BR> A few
    spare panel screws and some small nut./bolt mainly for if I drop<BR>
    something on the ramp fixing the plane<BR> Some rags<BR> Large spilt pins
    for the wheel nuts<BR> <BR> Also in the aeroplane<BR>
    1 ltr of oil<BR>
    Wind screen cleaner gets used a lot this time of year with the low sun.<BR>
    Fuel Tester<BR> Hand held icom radio<BR> Sunglasses<BR> torch<BR> <BR>
    -----Original Message-----<BR>
    From: RJF [mailto:rjf@p339.com]<BR>
    Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 07:34 PM<BR>
    To: 'Ed Weaver'<BR>
    Cc: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, bac-mail@beechaeroclub.org<BR>
    Subject: Re: [musketeermail] Tools<BR>
    <BR>
    Ed,<BR>
    <BR>
    You couldn't have said it any better. I'm equipped equally well. Not<BR>
    being an A&P, I'm very worried about getting the cowling off at some<BR>
    distant airport only to have FAA Bob round the corner and want to help.<BR>
    If you do lots of off airport travel, your philospohy on this could<BR>
    realistically different. In that case I defer to the A&P's in the<BR>
    audience for the best advice.<BR> <BR> Having said that, I absolutely
    recommend having a current service manual<BR> for your aircraft as part of
    your tool-kit. It's not really likely that<BR> you're going to need service
    from some shop that doesn't have a Lycoming<BR> (I)O-xxx manual in it; but,
    you could find a little shop that doesn't<BR> have your airplane service
    manual in it. This could delay your getting<BR> service quickly/effectively.
    It is a requirement that the service<BR> manual be there while the work is
    being done. Making the A&P aware that<BR> it's there is a good thing.<BR>
    <BR> regards,<BR> <BR> RJF<BR> <BR> Ed Weaver wrote:<BR> <BR>
    >I carry the screwdrivers that are part of the fuel tester, a multi tool
    >and<BR>
    a<BR>
    Visa, Mastercard and AMEX. So far I have used the later much more than
    the<BR> former in emergencies.<BR>
    ><BR>
    >I do carry a survival kit - signal mirror, fishing line, matches -
    >forgot<BR>
    what<BR>
    all is in there.<BR>
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    > can't find it now, an article about tools to carry in your plane in
    > case<BR>
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