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About Fly Boss

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  • Birthday 10/29/1953

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    Chesterfield, Virginia (KFCI)
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  1. I have a set of 3 that I removed when I added Sensenich blades. They have a little less than 1000 hours on them. They are from 860LS so they had gotten quite a good workout in the early years. PM me if interested in one or more. Danny
  2. I guessed it was inside the hose. Now I'm needing to know the inside diameter of that hose and a possible source for this spring. Anyone have this information? Thanks
  3. Is this a spring that goes inside the oil line from the cooler to the oil pump or something like a unicoil that goes on the outside of that line (outside the orange wrapping)? Can someone provide an ID and source for the line if it goes inside, or OD and source for the outside? Thanks
  4. Put me down for one. Danny Arkin
  5. Sorry too, but Danny and Jamie Arkin will have to cancel due to unscheduled surgery.
  6. Andy and Bill I see that you and Bill will be travelling west together. I'd like to meet you at a starting point and travel with you in my CTLS. I don't remember where Bill is located but I see you are in GA. I'll be travelling from Richmond, VA. Do you think we can arrange something? Danny Arkin (Flyboss) 804-320-3424
  7. Olav / Tim I have just made reservations for the October Fly-In in Page. My wife and I will be flying from Virginia in our 2007 CTLS - tail number 9929T (originally 860LS). What other information do you need? We'll be just coming for the Page event. We will be coming out that way also, from Virginia, in our 2007 CTLS (the original 860LS). Would be interested in flying out with another aircraft from this part of the country. Who else might be making the trek? Danny and Jamie Arkin
  8. I'd like a wiring diagram for my 2007 CTLS if there is a source. Danny
  9. Where would we go for this file? Thanks
  10. I see where people reference grabbing on to the support bar to get in and out of the CTLS/SW. I use that method myself. I want to do some touch up painting on the mushroom, without leaning on the mushroom, or removing it. Can that support bar support someone who is 150 pounds in a trapeze kind of arrangement leaning over the mushroom? Danny
  11. For the wheel pants, I noticed it was rubbing into the paint on the gear legs. I took some clear fuel line, cut it down the length of the hose, and put it around the upper edge of the wheel pant to create that barrier as well as tightening any wobbling between the leg and the wheel pants. Danny
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