- Nov 29, 2015
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Store it? Just toss it into the pickup as you cut it up. Removing any ferrous metals (and there won't be much) as you go.
Ok. That being said, I'm in the market for the rocker switches. Available? Let me know. ThanksOh Lord.
I told you it would be a couple weeks before I had it out, then I had the mechanic in Virginia dump my Malibu in a field and damage it and spent the last two weeks suing the hell out of her and a road trip with two trucks and a chartered SEMI trailer to haul it all back.
The KX-155 is in a box to go out today. The racks and KI-209 will go out as soon as I can get the 180 moved to my storage area which I’m at the mercy of the salvage company who won’t answer their phones (AMF Aviation in Springfield, TN). I can’t pick it up or move it unless they give me a TIME as their lot is locked and secured. I’ve called 3 times a day every day since Wed of last week.
Lastly I have responded to ALL your emails except the most recent one you sent yesterday because I’m just now catching up with eMails. I have a day job and two side businesses and get 200-300 emails a day and it typically takes me 2-3 hours a day just to answer all my emails. Your last email took me 36 hours as well because I was on the road recovering the plane. If you want instant email returns you should probably buy new avionics from a dealer and even then with their 8-12 month back log you might not get instant responses, either.
I apologize for the delay but you let me know next time someone drops your nearly half million dollar airplane in a field forcing you to file insurance, deal with claims, lawsuits, sheriff’s offices, and organizing your own aircraft moving and recovery plan then executing on it yourself in person and let me know how much else you get done in the interim.