Good news: The “Safety Wire Like A Pro” video tutorial course is now available! You can read about it here:
Or, just click the picture in the right sidebar that says, “Learn to safety wire with Dean.”
Regardless of your current skill level with preventive maintenance, I’m confident you can take your skill to a new level with this course. And if you hurry, you can get a significant discount on the whole thing.
The normal price of the safety wiring course is $97. But we are having a discount to celebrate the release of our very first training course for airplane owners. Now through the end of February, you can get it for $67. What a deal! Do it now, so you don’t forget about it.
To get the discount, just enter the code “WIRINGCOURSE” and it will take $30 off.
In today’s podcast episode, I talk about meeting one of the listeners who happens to be a student at the local A&P school at SHD. It made my day!
I also talk about some recent things I’ve worked on at Classic Aviation, that made me think of the concept of “The problem behind the problem.” You may be interested in going back and listening to episode #13, “Avoid the Gotchas,” after hearing this one.
The two issues we cover in this segment are a broken fitting on an engine driven fuel pump on a TSIO-550 engine in an experimental airplane, and a wiring harness plug that was not fully attached on the back of an HSI in an A36 Bonanza.
So back to the safety wiring course… I encourage you to try it out. It’s a small investment that can make a big difference. Think about it. You need some safety wiring skills to do some of the preventive maintenance items, and you need to make sure it’s done correctly. Over a period of time, you can really save some labor bucks if you can perform these tasks yourself. So invest in yourself and become confident with your safety wiring.
It’s a no-risk investment… if you are not fully satisfied, you can get a full refund in the first 30 days. That takes all the pressure off.
Also, some of you have asked me how you can help me. Here are two ways:
- Buy the safety wiring course and hone your skills.
- Share this information wherever you can… forums, social media, and anywhere else you think is appropriate. Thank you so much!
And if you need to buy safety wire pliers, here is a good option:
These are reversible, automatic return safety wire pliers. There are cheaper options available, but these will serve you well.
A can of .032 safety wire is also a necessary item you’ll need for your safety wiring tasks.
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As we release this first video training course for airplane owners, I want to say a huge THANK YOU to Bob Huber, my video editor. He has been a superstar with the quality of work he’s done on the videos. I could not have done it without him. All the intros, music, special effects, and conclusions, are all Bob’s work, and I’m beyond grateful. Thank you Bob!
One more thing… If you live in the Dallas / Fort Worth area in Texas, (or if you want to fly there,) and have an interest in public speaking, I’d love to meet you! And here’s the perfect opportunity:
My good friend Brian Holmes is hosting a “Maximum Impact” speaker training workshop on Thursday, February 22nd, and I will be there. I highly recommend all of Brian’s training, so go watch the short video and see if this might be a good fit for you… and as a bonus, I’d love to meet you too.
Have a great week everyone, and don’t forget to check out the safety wiring course.
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