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Old 01-11-2019, 05:32 PM
kearney kearney is offline
 
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Default Just the facts ma'am, just the facts

Randy

Yes they do as they are the lowest point in the -10 fuel system.

Based on the info from TC, for the need for a gascolator with or without the exemption is dead as long as you have a serviceable fuel filter and a drain at the low point of the fuel system. In the case of my -10 I will have filters in each wing root as well as one after the fuel pumps. All all easily serviceable.

My fuel tank drains are the low point in the fuel system.

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Les

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Old 01-11-2019, 06:03 PM
RandyAB RandyAB is offline
 
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Thanks for doing all of the heavy lifting on this with TC Les. I know tha MDRA never asked me to specify which CAR was to apply. Hopefully it will be seamless by the time I’m ready for final sign off thanks to your agitation on the matter.
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