Harry P. Land Jr.
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Sensenich ground adjustable prop for Jabiru 3300

Started this discussion. Last reply by Phill Barnes May 30, 2011. 3 Replies

 

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ZODIAC XL
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Engine installed (or plan to install)
Jabiru
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Have worked on airplanes before
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Retired Bell South Manager, Construction Supervisor
Retired Georgia Army National Guard. Frist Sergeant, U.S. Air Force 4 years acft mech, U, S. Army acft mech fixed wing and Helio, Aerial observer(T.O. OV-1D) Plt Sgt, Intllegince image interpreter. Medic 28yrs total service
Home Airport (ie. KMYJ)
20GA

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First flite after modification

Posted on April 30, 2010 at 5:21pm 2 Comments

N408WL flew today 04/30/2010 first flight after modification very windy day 90 degree crosswind aircraft flew very well only change was the ailerons seemed heavier than before. Made the best landings I have done. extra 30 lbs helped the cg. flew 1.5 hours 3.5 of phase one to go. Emptey weight 790 lbs with jabiru 3300, icom 200, Dynon 180, airspeed indicator, Garmin transponder, air gizmo and 196 GPS, flite com intercom, exp bus and compass 406elt. Modification added 30lbs.

Air worthiness inspection

Posted on May 30, 2009 at 1:00pm 1 Comment

N408WL built by Harry P. Land Jr. and Leland K. Wolfe was awarded its Airworthiness certificate on May 30, 2009 at 12 ;30 p. m. with no deffects.

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At 11:36am on May 31, 2009, Dr. Edward M. Moody II said…
Congratulations Harry! Y'all did al that in 13 months? Did you get any sleep? Very nice job. Hope Phase 1 is fun and safe.

Ed
At 6:52pm on May 30, 2009, Wayne Bartlett said…
Thanks! Maybe sometime as summer is winding down. Thanks...Wayne
At 3:49pm on May 30, 2009, Wayne Bartlett said…
Congrats on getting your FAA blessing.

I'm retired AF too, just retired in '05 out of Maxwell. I was pro super for AF1 at Andrews during the second Clinton administration, finished up as faculty at SNCOA. Long-time aircraft maintainer before that (NDI guy). Now I'm teaching HS English here in Shelby County, Alabama, working on that second retirement.

Winston's not all that far from me here in Birmingham, maybe I could come have a look at your plane sometime? Or if you're in the mood for a XC, come on out to KEET, our house is just down the street.

Congrats again...Wayne
 
 
 

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