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  1. #1

    Annual

    My 1974 Beech Sport B19 is up for annual in May and am looking for an A&P/IA
    in the north Texas area (TKI McKinney, Tx.). Looking for fair pricing, good
    work and someone who is willing to work a schedule. I have heard stories of
    planes being down for months...

    Thanks,
    Richard
    flyer@redbird.biz




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  2. #2

    Annual

    An A&P who has a fixed gear airplane down for months while doing an
    annual is either overworked or lazy. You don't want either. An annual
    should NOT take more than about 1 to 2 weeks unless there are MAJOR
    repairs. Be prepared for about $1500 to $1000 plus whatever repairs
    are necessary.


    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, <flyer@r...> wrote:
    > My 1974 Beech Sport B19 is up for annual in May and am looking for an
    A&P/IA
    > in the north Texas area (TKI McKinney, Tx.). Looking for fair
    pricing, good
    > work and someone who is willing to work a schedule. I have heard
    stories of
    > planes being down for months...
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Richard
    > flyer@r...





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  3. #3

    Annual

    My base annual price is $600.Plus parts which would normally run about $200
    more.(a/filter plus a plug or 2,etc).

    We are having some major repairs done and the total estimate is $2000. I'll
    know in 2 weeks the final number.

    Our first annual was $1500 and took 1 week (diff A&P) and we were taken....
    nit picked the price from the $600 base quoted to 1100 in labor !!

    BILL

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    Subject: [musketeermail] Re: Annual


    An A&P who has a fixed gear airplane down for months while doing an
    annual is either overworked or lazy. You don't want either. An annual
    should NOT take more than about 1 to 2 weeks unless there are MAJOR
    repairs. Be prepared for about $1500 to $1000 plus whatever repairs
    are necessary.


    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, <flyer@r...> wrote:
    > My 1974 Beech Sport B19 is up for annual in May and am looking for an
    A&P/IA
    > in the north Texas area (TKI McKinney, Tx.). Looking for fair
    pricing, good
    > work and someone who is willing to work a schedule. I have heard
    stories of
    > planes being down for months...
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Richard
    > flyer@r...





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  4. #4

    Annual

    Sounds like a bargain. A good A/P friend and or perhaps owner
    assisted. Non retract basic mouse, for the basics is ~ 18 hours.(think)

    Jon

    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, "Dr Bill Heybruck"
    <heybruck@b...> wrote:
    > My base annual price is $600.Plus parts which would normally run
    about $200
    > more.(a/filter plus a plug or 2,etc).
    >
    > We are having some major repairs done and the total estimate is
    $2000. I'll
    > know in 2 weeks the final number.
    >
    > Our first annual was $1500 and took 1 week (diff A&P) and we were
    taken....
    > nit picked the price from the $600 base quoted to 1100 in labor !!
    >
    > BILL
    >
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    > [mailto:musketeermail@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of ajpcps
    > Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 12:32 PM
    > To: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    > Subject: [musketeermail] Re: Annual
    >
    >
    > An A&P who has a fixed gear airplane down for months while doing an
    > annual is either overworked or lazy. You don't want either. An
    annual
    > should NOT take more than about 1 to 2 weeks unless there are MAJOR
    > repairs. Be prepared for about $1500 to $1000 plus whatever repairs
    > are necessary.
    >
    >
    > --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, <flyer@r...> wrote:
    > > My 1974 Beech Sport B19 is up for annual in May and am looking
    for an
    > A&P/IA
    > > in the north Texas area (TKI McKinney, Tx.). Looking for fair
    > pricing, good
    > > work and someone who is willing to work a schedule. I have heard
    > stories of
    > > planes being down for months...
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > > Richard
    > > flyer@r...
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Join BAC today and be a part of the ONLY Type Club for the Musketeer
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  5. #5

    Annual

    My 1974 Beech Sport B19 is up for annual in May and am looking for an A&P/IA
    in the north Texas area (TKI McKinney, Tx.). Looking for fair pricing, good
    work and someone who is willing to work a schedule. I have heard stories of
    planes being down for months...


    The actual inspection ought to take 2-3 days. Finding parts, repairing squawks, etc. can take FOREVER.

    The FAA wants the IA to sign off the inspection on the date it is completed, and the log squawks as they are repaired.

    A statement that the aircraft has been inspecterd In Accordance With an Annual inspection (using the Beech Factory Checklist!!!) this date, and a Signed, Dated list of discrepancies was given the owner is what should be entered in the logs.

    What happens if an AD comes out while you are witing for pairts or repairs, and tyhe AD search has already been done? If you signed the annual off as complete, and then work the squawks, you are preotected. But if you hold the annual open until ALL repairs are done, you can get caught if you don't RE-search the ADs before signing it off at some later date

    And I've seen planes that took more than a year to collect and install parts and fabricate pieces to return it to aiurworthiness.

    --Bob Steward A&P IA
    Birmingham, AL


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  6. #6

    Annual

    Wow, you guys are getting excellent deals on annual inspections.
    What is the shop charging for per hour labor rate? Got to be in the
    $30 range. Does your mechanic use an approved 'Beech Annual
    Inspection Checklist' from Raytheon as required by FAR 43.13? Do you
    make sure that all items are checked? In my experiance a typical
    annual starts at $1300 for 16 hrs of labor at around $80/hr. No
    smoke breaks, no chit chat, no nit picking.
    Consider yourself lucky, you are getting a good deal.

    Best regards,
    Oz
    N61526
    (Crossing into Experimental world, then I'll be doing my own
    annuals - Scary isn't it)
    ================================================== ==============

    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, "Dr Bill Heybruck"
    <heybruck@b...> wrote:
    > My base annual price is $600.Plus parts which would normally run
    about $200
    > more.(a/filter plus a plug or 2,etc).
    >
    > We are having some major repairs done and the total estimate is
    $2000. I'll
    > know in 2 weeks the final number.
    >
    > Our first annual was $1500 and took 1 week (diff A&P) and we were
    taken....
    > nit picked the price from the $600 base quoted to 1100 in labor !!
    >
    > BILL
    >
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    > [mailto:musketeermail@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of ajpcps
    > Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 12:32 PM
    > To: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    > Subject: [musketeermail] Re: Annual
    >
    >
    > An A&P who has a fixed gear airplane down for months while doing
    an
    > annual is either overworked or lazy. You don't want either. An
    annual
    > should NOT take more than about 1 to 2 weeks unless there are
    MAJOR
    > repairs. Be prepared for about $1500 to $1000 plus whatever
    repairs
    > are necessary.
    >
    >
    > --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, <flyer@r...> wrote:
    > > My 1974 Beech Sport B19 is up for annual in May and am looking
    for an
    > A&P/IA
    > > in the north Texas area (TKI McKinney, Tx.). Looking for fair
    > pricing, good
    > > work and someone who is willing to work a schedule. I have
    heard
    > stories of
    > > planes being down for months...
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > > Richard
    > > flyer@r...
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Join BAC today and be a part of the ONLY Type Club for the
    Musketeer
    > series!
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    >
    >
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  7. #7

    Annual

    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, "sundowner1982"
    <o_iftikhar@b...> wrote:

    <snip>
    (Crossing into Experimental world, then I'll be doing my own
    annuals - Scary isn't it)

    If its the way you repair fuels sumps yes. <G>

    I'm also going X-world for sure. Could easely put together a flying
    Teledyne motor for ~ a G note.

    Jon





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  8. #8

    Annual

    To clarify....

    If you meet the 51% rule constructing an Experimental aircraft, AND you apply for and are granted the associated FAA Repairman's Certificate for that specific plane, then you can legally perform the Condition Inspection (not "Annual Inspection") on that particular plane.

    If you buy a partially completed kit and finish it, things can get dicey. You have to compile enough documentation to convince the FAA that your completion activities were expansive enough to meet the 51% rule, and to apply for the Repairman's Certificate.

    If you buy an experimental plane that was ever completed, even if it is back in pieces when you buy it (and you must rebuild it), it gets even dicier. You must do the research to find out whether anyone, anywhere, was ever issued a Repairman's Certificate for that specific plane. If they were, you will never be able to get one for it... despite the fact that you will almost be building it back from scratch.

    And finally, the owner of any home-built Experimental plane can do any maintenance he wishes. Unless he has the Repairman's Certificate, or holds an A&P license, he cannot do the annual Condition Inspection. However, any A&P can do the Inspection; it does not require an A&P-IA. It can sometimes be difficult to find an A&P who is willing to stick their neck out to do the Inspection on an Experimental, unless they are very familiar with the builder and plane.

    There remains a lot of gray area in the Experimental arena. Legally, things like ADs on engines, props, and other appliances are not enforced on Experimentals. However, you are an idiot if you ignore an AD for crankshafts that appear to be failing (for example). And if you do not comply with an AD on an engine or prop, the affected item will lose its certified status. If you have not complied with engine ADs on an Experimental plane, you are legally required to remove the engine data plate. It cannot be restored to certified status unless the paperwork trail and maintenance compliance/configuration compliance trail is re-established. The loss of certified status on big-ticket items like props and engines can significantly impact their value.

    And I have explained all this to illustrate that in many respects the Experimental crowd has to work within the same constraints that we live with on our certified planes. There is a lot to consider before you sell your Mouse and go Experimental. One major factor is that few Experimentals ever return even 50% to 75% of the MONEY put into them, much less labor. How much is your Mouse worth today versus back when you bought it? It is hard to actually lose money on a Mouse (though it can happen due to several factors); it is almost a given that you will lose money on most Experimentals.

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: jon simik
    To: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 8:06 PM
    Subject: [musketeermail] Re: Annual


    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, "sundowner1982"
    <o_iftikhar@b...> wrote:

    <snip>
    (Crossing into Experimental world, then I'll be doing my own
    annuals - Scary isn't it)

    If its the way you repair fuels sumps yes. <G>

    I'm also going X-world for sure. Could easely put together a flying
    Teledyne motor for ~ a G note.

    Jon

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  9. #9

    Annual

    You're right Oz, Last year the rate was $50, this year we had a new guy
    open the shop at our airport and his rate is $40. I tell him he's too cheap
    but he's not very FAST. (calender time that is). He're repairing some
    corrosion they found doing my annual and estimated 30 hrs to do. That was
    Jan 4. Yesterday he told me he'll be done by the 13th at the latest ! (see
    what I mean). He has an Archer in his shop that is having a wing replaced
    (after accident here). 6 mos now and it doesnt look much different than 3
    mos ago but his price will be right. Never before has he said ...I'll be
    done by..... Always..we'll see., So I have HOPE.

    BUT, if he's done by the 13th, I'll be at the SE Flyin !!. and the Mid
    Atlantic Fly-in.

    We have another guy lined up (at $50) for next year.

    Dr Bill
    N9230S
    76 Sundowner

    -----Original Message-----
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    [mailto:musketeermail@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of sundowner1982
    Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 7:55 PM
    To: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: [musketeermail] Re: Annual


    Wow, you guys are getting excellent deals on annual inspections.
    What is the shop charging for per hour labor rate? Got to be in the
    $30 range. Does your mechanic use an approved 'Beech Annual
    Inspection Checklist' from Raytheon as required by FAR 43.13? Do you
    make sure that all items are checked? In my experiance a typical
    annual starts at $1300 for 16 hrs of labor at around $80/hr. No
    smoke breaks, no chit chat, no nit picking.
    Consider yourself lucky, you are getting a good deal.

    Best regards,
    Oz
    N61526
    (Crossing into Experimental world, then I'll be doing my own
    annuals - Scary isn't it)
    ================================================== ==============

    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, "Dr Bill Heybruck"
    <heybruck@b...> wrote:
    > My base annual price is $600.Plus parts which would normally run
    about $200
    > more.(a/filter plus a plug or 2,etc).
    >
    > We are having some major repairs done and the total estimate is
    $2000. I'll
    > know in 2 weeks the final number.
    >
    > Our first annual was $1500 and took 1 week (diff A&P) and we were
    taken....
    > nit picked the price from the $600 base quoted to 1100 in labor !!
    >
    > BILL
    >
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    > [mailto:musketeermail@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of ajpcps
    > Sent: Friday, April 29, 2005 12:32 PM
    > To: musketeermail@yahoogroups.com
    > Subject: [musketeermail] Re: Annual
    >
    >
    > An A&P who has a fixed gear airplane down for months while doing
    an
    > annual is either overworked or lazy. You don't want either. An
    annual
    > should NOT take more than about 1 to 2 weeks unless there are
    MAJOR
    > repairs. Be prepared for about $1500 to $1000 plus whatever
    repairs
    > are necessary.
    >
    >
    > --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, <flyer@r...> wrote:
    > > My 1974 Beech Sport B19 is up for annual in May and am looking
    for an
    > A&P/IA
    > > in the north Texas area (TKI McKinney, Tx.). Looking for fair
    > pricing, good
    > > work and someone who is willing to work a schedule. I have
    heard
    > stories of
    > > planes being down for months...
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > > Richard
    > > flyer@r...
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
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  10. #10
    "My 1974 Beech Sport B19 is up for annual in May and am looking for an A&P/IA
    in the north Texas area (TKI McKinney, Tx.). Looking for fair pricing, good
    work and someone who is willing to work a schedule. I have heard stories of
    planes being down for months... "

    If you can get him to do it, Try Dave Steffey at Aero Country (T31). 6 miles west of TKI. He was my CFI, and now is my A&P. He has done the annuals on 4LB since I got it (2001). He did the wrenching on the mouse Bill Karnes had before Bill bought it.

    Outside of the ones needing parts, it normally takes <week. Last year, I did all the dissassembly. re-assembly and we were done in 4 days.

    Base rate 6-700 discount for owner assist.

    Bo
    http://www.boomspeed.com/_bo_/Index.htm

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