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    First Annual Experience with A23

    Someone previously had asked about experiences with Annuals for
    these aircraft. I have summarized the results of mine below and the
    cost. This was the first comprehensive one done in awhile.

    1) New ELT
    2)Installation of Customer Supplied new altimeter with pressure leak
    t
    test.
    3)Stop drilled and riveted crack on top cowl
    4) Prop dressing
    5)Replaced seal on right fuel drain
    6) Adjusted Rudder Tab
    7) Replaced lift detector and horn
    Change vacuum regulator and filters
    9) Washed engine and checked for leaks with ground run.Wing Attached
    AD 73-20-07
    New Carb intake flex duct.
    10) New Airfilter
    Other minor items
    11) New fuel flow gauge hose
    12) Cabin Air tubing
    14) Carb and and heat intake ducts

    Base Annual Inspection fee $620
    14.9 hours of additional labor - $968.50
    Parts $1,069
    Total $2,657

    Lift Detector was $663 and horn was $63

    8786M
    TT 2847
    SMOH 145.3











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    First Annual Experience with A23

    Our recent experience in annual:


    Overhaul of heat shroud $200.
    Re-tighteneing the control cables to proper tension : $200
    IA supervision of owner-assisted annual: $200.
    Oil and filter $50
    Air Filter ???

    Getting to know the airplane better by assisting with the annual and
    doing all the hard work under supervision: Priceless.

    Total cost was under $1000. The special tools were provided by the
    IA.


    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, "jm8995" <jm8995@...> wrote:
    >
    > Someone previously had asked about experiences with Annuals for
    > these aircraft. I have summarized the results of mine below and
    the
    > cost. This was the first comprehensive one done in awhile.
    >
    > 1) New ELT
    > 2)Installation of Customer Supplied new altimeter with pressure
    leak
    > t
    > test.
    > 3)Stop drilled and riveted crack on top cowl
    > 4) Prop dressing
    > 5)Replaced seal on right fuel drain
    > 6) Adjusted Rudder Tab
    > 7) Replaced lift detector and horn
    > Change vacuum regulator and filters
    > 9) Washed engine and checked for leaks with ground run.Wing
    Attached
    > AD 73-20-07
    > New Carb intake flex duct.
    > 10) New Airfilter
    > Other minor items
    > 11) New fuel flow gauge hose
    > 12) Cabin Air tubing
    > 14) Carb and and heat intake ducts
    >
    > Base Annual Inspection fee $620
    > 14.9 hours of additional labor - $968.50
    > Parts $1,069
    > Total $2,657
    >
    > Lift Detector was $663 and horn was $63
    >
    > 8786M
    > TT 2847
    > SMOH 145.3
    >






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