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Old July 7th 05, 09:26 PM
OtisWinslow
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I'm looking at an older Kit Fox and when I went through the log book
there's no entry that the Phase One testing was completed and yet the
plane has been flying for the last few years and has a couple hundred
hours on it. They have no idea how to get hold of the original builder.
Has anyone dealt with a situation like this? Any ideas?



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Old July 7th 05, 09:49 PM
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"OtisWinslow" wrote in message
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I'm looking at an older Kit Fox and when I went through the log book
there's no entry that the Phase One testing was completed and yet the
plane has been flying for the last few years and has a couple hundred
hours on it. They have no idea how to get hold of the original builder.
Has anyone dealt with a situation like this? Any ideas?




Do you have the name of the builder? Google him, FAA database all sorts of
ways to find a person these days. Also call the makers of Kit Fox. They
should be able to find the builders name even if you don't know it.


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Old July 7th 05, 09:55 PM
OtisWinslow
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Have the name. Doesn't show up anywhere. How can this be handled
if the builder can't be located? Talk to FAA and refly the test period?



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"OtisWinslow" wrote in message
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I'm looking at an older Kit Fox and when I went through the log book
there's no entry that the Phase One testing was completed and yet the
plane has been flying for the last few years and has a couple hundred
hours on it. They have no idea how to get hold of the original builder.
Has anyone dealt with a situation like this? Any ideas?




Do you have the name of the builder? Google him, FAA database all sorts of
ways to find a person these days. Also call the makers of Kit Fox. They
should be able to find the builders name even if you don't know it.



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Old July 7th 05, 10:23 PM
Gig 601XL Builder
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Make two calls


SkyStar Aircraft Corporation / 3901 Aviation Way, Caldwell, ID 83605

Customer Service: (208) 454-2444



Followed by a call to the FAA FSDO


"OtisWinslow" wrote in message
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Have the name. Doesn't show up anywhere. How can this be handled
if the builder can't be located? Talk to FAA and refly the test period?



"Gig 601XL Builder" [email protected] wrote in message
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"OtisWinslow" wrote in message
...
I'm looking at an older Kit Fox and when I went through the log book
there's no entry that the Phase One testing was completed and yet the
plane has been flying for the last few years and has a couple hundred
hours on it. They have no idea how to get hold of the original builder.
Has anyone dealt with a situation like this? Any ideas?




Do you have the name of the builder? Google him, FAA database all sorts
of ways to find a person these days. Also call the makers of Kit Fox.
They should be able to find the builders name even if you don't know it.





 




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