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Thread: Anyone know am IA near named John Hardy near Anderson Lake?

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    Default Anyone know am IA near named John Hardy near Anderson Lake?

    Tying to find a contact number for an IA who works out by Anderson lake strip in the valley named John Hardy.
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    I work with him. If you’ll pm me and let me know what you need and your info, I’d be glad to pass it along to him

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    Thanks. We texted back and forth tonight about an M5-235 I was thinking about buying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Float Pilot View Post
    Thanks. We texted back and forth tonight about an M5-235 I was thinking about buying.
    Ok, great. Hope the Maule works out for you, they’re a great airplane. I have an M6

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    I was hoping to run across an M6 or M7. You do not see a whole lot of M6s out there. Plus it seems that not all M6s had float kits.
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