Logging Inspections for Your Homebuilt Aircraft
Dick Koehler reviews the basic rules for logging maintenance and inspections of your homebuilt. Dick is a technical counselor for EAA Chapter 186, an A&P mechanic with IA, and a SportAir Workshop instructor.
Installing a Nut in Hard to Reach Places
When you assembling your aircraft, you will run into place where it seems virtually impossible to be able to a nut onto a bolt. Mark Forss, anEAA staff member and SportAir Workshop instructor, shows a few techniques that might solve this problem.
F22 Slow Vert
SBotsford from Albuquerque: Raptor slow fly by with near vertical climb and level off followed with a right turn the hard way.
Pulling Blind Rivets in Hard to Reach Places
Trying to get a blind rivet into cramped quarters can be challenging. In this week's video, Jon Gougar shares a handy tip to accomplish this task easily. Jon is a Sonex builder from EAA Chapter 383.
Installing a Nut in a Hard to Reach Place
Getting a nut onto a bolt can sometimes be a big challenge. In this segment, Jack Dueck shows how he has solved the problem. Jack is a Technical Counselor, Sportair Workshop Instructor and member of both the EAA Homebuilt Aircraft Council and Canad
Webinar - International Learn to Fly Day
International Learn to Fly Day Have you always dreamed of becoming a pilot? It’s not as hard as you might think, with Ron Wagner.
Indirect Riveting Technique
In this Hint, Wally Anderson shows how to drive a rivet in hard to reach places like ailerons and flaps. Wally is a Technical Counselor and member of EAA's Homebuilt Aircraft Council.