Airplane Maintenance & Repair: A Manual for Owners, Builders, Technicians, and Pilots

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 22, 1997 - Transportation - 346 pages
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Filled with time and money-saving troubleshooting tips and techniques gathered from hundreds of experienced mechanics, this easy-to-follow care manual includes: step-by-step how-to for 29 FAA-approved non-mechanic procedures; savvy advice on how to select, use, and care for tools; maintenance, diagnostic, and repair instructions; guidance in finding the right mechanic--at the right price.

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Its a really great book i have to say.but i think you should read it and tell me what you think about this book ,like i sayed its your opion , not mine.and this book teaches you a lot of stuff i have to say that its an ok and an awsome book.

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Reciprocating Engine
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Wood
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Understanding
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Douglas S. Carmody (Beaufort, SC) is the author of the McGraw-Hill Pilot Test Guide Series. He is an airline captain with USAirways (formerly USAir), a flight instructor, an A&P mechanic, and operates a flight training school specializing in airplane owner/pilot education.

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