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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve340 View Post
    I believe the ASA is the most used one.

    Oral like I said is right from the book. Practical could be working on a mag, installing a cylinder, banging a few rivets, calculating W&B etc.

    ALWAYS ask for tech data on ANYTHING your asked to do, #1 it will show you how to do it, but he wants to see that you know to use the book. 43.13 has standard practices general torques for bolts if NOT in the manual. Attitude, be humble and ask questions, you do all that only a real dick for flunk you. Your not supposed to know all this stuff, an A&P is simply a license to learn.

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    which one of these is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmunnings23 View Post
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    which one of these is it?
    I used the ASA books read it twice and you will do fine. Depending on the examiner, its no more difficult than getting a drivers license.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevbo View Post
    I used the ASA books read it twice and you will do fine. Depending on the examiner, its no more difficult than getting a drivers license.
    I take it you mean the Dale Crane book I posted?

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