Leaking fuel gage

Fuel tanks, systems and parts
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Post by joea » Tue Mar 31, 2009 22:13

Gus,

If he does not buy the first round at the "bush club" I might just find the IP address for his wife or girlfriend!:)

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Post by twosevenleft » Tue Mar 31, 2009 23:35

Hi Dennis

I definitely want to go for this (the tap, not that stuff the other guys are getting all excited about) Address etc. is in an email to you.

On second thoughts maybe one last visit would be ok :roll:

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Post by Dennis » Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:36

Joe,

It went out UPS this morning, 1z895ew30300135456. They said you should have it next Wednesday. Keep in mind that it is not "hard" steel.

And if I ever get back to Alaska, I will check that place out!

Dennis

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Post by twosevenleft » Wed Apr 01, 2009 17:47

Dennis

Thank you, I will take good care of it.

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Post by gusc » Wed Apr 01, 2009 21:20

Dennis,

Nice try, but I have the written evidence!

Joe,

The advantage I have is that I live only a few miles from Dennis so he knows I can fix him good!!
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Re: Leaking fuel gage

Post by Champ99b » Sat Nov 28, 2009 22:43

I know this is way late of a post but be sure and use a very small amount of fuel lub on the threads. that stuff will keep anything from leaking and you will not have to over tighten it and damage the threads.

I hope this works for you or anyone else that might have the same problem.

Ron Clark
North Litlle Rock, Arkansas

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Re: Leaking fuel gage

Post by Dennis » Sat Nov 28, 2009 23:33

Hey Ronnie,

Have not seen you in a while. Still got your Champ?

Dennis

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Re: Leaking fuel gage

Post by Champ99b » Fri Dec 11, 2009 16:20

Still got it. I have been real busy working and going to school to get my A&P license. If I pass the orals and practials on Dec. 21 I will be about half through with the school, just have the airframe part to finish.

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Re: Leaking fuel gage

Post by Dennis » Fri Dec 11, 2009 16:47

Hey Ronnie,
I wish you luck. Are you going to the school at the northeast side of the runway at NLR? Is Ron still there? I can't remember his last name.

If you get a chance, drop by Mtn. View one day.

Dennis

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Post by Champ99b » Sat Dec 12, 2009 07:29

Yes that is the school and Ron Herrin is still there. When are you going to be back down this way. My email is jrclark01@att.net. Maybe this will not get me to much junk email.

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Re: Leaking fuel gage

Post by Dennis » Sat Dec 12, 2009 11:53

Ronnie,

Sent you an email.

Dennis

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