Re: KR> DAR inspections

2017-01-24 Thread Robert Russell via KRnet
T) Subject: Re: KR> DAR inspections If push comes to shove, your wife's iron will do the job. I have removed a 4' section from the side by using an iron. (no steam) to heat the plywood over the glue line and then prying up the wood and holding it up for a few seconds to keep it from stickin

Re: KR> DAR inspections

2017-01-24 Thread Patrick Driscoll via KRnet
If push comes to shove, your wife's iron will do the job. I have removed a 4' section from the side by using an iron. (no steam) to heat the plywood over the glue line and then prying up the wood and holding it up for a few seconds to keep it from sticking again when you move on to another

Re: KR> DAR inspections

2017-01-22 Thread Jeff Scott via KRnet
Bob, In the US, a DAR inspection is the only FAA inspection required on an Amateur Built Aircraft, and is only performed after the aircraft is completed. All other inspections are typically by an EAA Tech Counselor and are strictly voluntary... i.e. not required. Even the Tech Counselor

Re: KR> DAR inspections

2017-01-22 Thread Chris Gardiner via KRnet
Bob, Forget it. Without the box spar inspection before closing it's unlikely any CDN MDRA inspector will pass it. Unless you are prepared to re- skin one side of the spars after inspection, I wouldn't buy it. Cheers Chris Gardiner CGKRZ KR2S Sent from my iPad > On Jan 22, 2017, at 9:05 AM,

Re: KR> DAR inspections

2017-01-22 Thread Robert Russell via KRnet
00) To: KRnet <krnet@list.krnet.org> Cc: pi...@mymts.net Subject: KR> DAR inspections Hi All; I am considering a project in the U.S. that has no documentation whatsoever and am wondering about DAR inspections. I want to import this project into Canada and our inspections require a pre

Re: KR> DAR inspections

2017-01-22 Thread Paul Visk via KRnet
Subject: KR> DAR inspections Hi All; I am considering a project in the U.S. that has no documentation whatsoever and am wondering about DAR inspections. I want to import this project into Canada and our inspections require a pre cover (before box spars etc,are closed in) . What I am wonderin