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Old July 8th 08, 03:52 AM posted to rec.aviation.rotorcraft
Stuart & Kathryn Fields
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Default Seized engine

Well I guess this group has seized its engine or something. It is deader
than the dinosaur. I've tried everything I know to kick something off
but.....

so long

Stu


 




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