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N85HY
11-26-2017, 03:02 AM
Never been the only husky at a super cub party but I have been the only husky at a husky party. Just saying....

dkozak12
11-26-2017, 09:26 PM
Former Super Cub owner, and a current Husky owner this is spot on. Thanks for the laugh. Husky party + Boulevard Wheat. SJ will probably recognize it. 33801

aktango58
11-26-2017, 09:36 PM
Hey, bring a smile, they are great planes. Anything is better than driving in a Chevy Vega

Cub junkie
11-26-2017, 10:42 PM
Huskies attract the right people.

N85HY
11-26-2017, 10:46 PM
Yep. Love my plane. No regrets. Just seems that the husky group is a bit more independent and doesn't really get together as a group much?

N85HY
11-26-2017, 10:47 PM
Whoa. I've never had that happen ��

gkm
11-27-2017, 01:12 AM
Yep. Love my plane. No regrets. Just seems that the husky group is a bit more independent and doesn't really get together as a group much?

I party with plenty of husky owners. Swing by my hangar sometime. Cold beer in the fridge.
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dkozak12
11-27-2017, 01:40 AM
Those Husky's look familiar!! We had some good Husky parties in AK this year.

G44
11-27-2017, 06:31 AM
I feel left out.

Kurt

Bill.Brine
11-27-2017, 06:49 AM
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nanook
11-27-2017, 07:02 AM
Some people just wouldn't know class if it was stuck to the bottom of their shoe...from a husky...

mvivion
11-27-2017, 09:25 AM
How about a Husky at a helicopter party?

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MTV

Cubus Maximus
11-27-2017, 11:25 AM
They show up around here more often than not...

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nanook
11-27-2017, 02:54 PM
Although I knew one geologist that owned one and he was a good guy, most are flown by Goverment types in AK.
No one wants to be associated with that crowd...

john schwamm
11-27-2017, 04:40 PM
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G44
11-27-2017, 05:40 PM
Although I knew one geologist that owned one and he was a good guy, most are flown by Goverment types in AK.
No one wants to be associated with that crowd...

Really? All the Husky owners/pilots in Alaska I know are non government types. About 7 or 8 off the top of my head. Not that Im a government type, but what is wrong with being associated with "government types"? School teachers, police, fire fighters, highway maintenance crews, military, what is wrong with these types?

kase
11-27-2017, 09:37 PM
Husky out number Super Cubs around here. Actually work a little better than a cub around here cause everything is so far away and the density altitude doesn't bother them as much.

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N85HY
11-27-2017, 10:20 PM
They show up around here more often than not...

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I believe that was me at breezy point this spring in the third picture

N85HY
11-27-2017, 10:26 PM
I party with plenty of husky owners. Swing by my hangar sometime. Cold beer in the fridge.
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Might need some directions.

robertc
11-28-2017, 11:23 AM
Husky out number Super Cubs around here. Actually work a little better than a cub around here cause everything is so far away and the density altitude doesn't bother them as much.

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Trees don't bother them as much either.33826

txpacer
11-28-2017, 12:27 PM
Is this one a cross dresser?
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Cub junkie
11-28-2017, 12:37 PM
I wonder how Aviat decides on the N numbers on the airplanes built for the open market. I think they throw darts at a board with letters and numbers on it. They seem to be all over the place with N numbers. I like seeing an old PA18 with its original number, C180's too. Never been a fan of vanity numbers.

mvivion
11-28-2017, 12:58 PM
I wonder how Aviat decides on the N numbers on the airplanes built for the open market. I think they throw darts at a board with letters and numbers on it. They seem to be all over the place with N numbers. I like seeing an old PA18 with its original number, C180's too. Never been a fan of vanity numbers.

Many of those tail numbers are chosen by dealers, others are just some contraction of “Husky”, as in HU or HY.

MTV

john schwamm
11-28-2017, 01:05 PM
Some dealers and factory use the WY, for Wyoming on their N numbers.

G44
11-28-2017, 01:17 PM
Is this one a cross dresser?
33827

Thats funny!

Cub junkie
11-28-2017, 07:19 PM
Many of those tail numbers are chosen by dealers, others are just some contraction of “Husky”, as in HU or HY.

MTV
Yes, that I can figure out but still think its kind of wonky.

Cubus Maximus
11-28-2017, 07:45 PM
That was you in the top picture too Gary. 8)

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Cubus Maximus
11-28-2017, 08:01 PM
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N85HY
11-28-2017, 08:08 PM
Gary is my brother. Hotel Yankee on here. His tail number is 399HY. Mine is 85HY. We live about 10 miles apart. Both have grass strips at home. He has all black stripes, I have the red stripe. Thinking the top pic is Gary but third one is definitely me. I remember that cub next to me. Nice cub.

N85HY
11-28-2017, 08:11 PM
My tail number is the last digits of serial number plus HY for "husky" I believe.

N85HY
11-28-2017, 08:16 PM
Whoa. That guy took off the wrong way at Johnson creek :O. The guy on the deck is saying some words.....

Farmboy
11-28-2017, 09:21 PM
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Wow, thatís like a Pod Party right there Bill!


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robertc
11-28-2017, 10:13 PM
Whoa. That guy took off the wrong way at Johnson creek :O. The guy on the deck is saying some words.....
Botched landing, almost botched last second go around.

N85HY
11-28-2017, 10:23 PM
Botched landing, almost botched last second go around.
There's a lot of runway there to be that close to that house. Bet there were some bricks **** that day. Wowza. My first real mountain experience was at Johnson creek. Tried to ready myself as much as possible before going but still Intimidating to say the least for a flatlander. By the second day I was feeling much more comfortable. Love that place. Wish I could spend more time out there.

FdxLou
11-28-2017, 11:43 PM
Bill took this 2 years ago of us stoping for a swim on North Fox Island. Really cold water! Major shrinkage!

Lou



Wow, that’s like a Pod Party right there Bill!


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PerryB
11-29-2017, 01:25 AM
Trees don't bother them as much either.33826
Yeah and look at the flag, reaffirming what a capital dips**t this guy is. What was he thinking.

nanook
11-29-2017, 02:08 AM
Really? All the Husky owners/pilots in Alaska I know are non government types. About 7 or 8 off the top of my head. Not that Im a government type, but what is wrong with being associated with "government types"? School teachers, police, fire fighters, highway maintenance crews, military, what is wrong with these types?

I'm just poking fun at some 'old' government pilot types that frequent this site. I don't have anything too serious against
the Husky...The pitch trim and the 1400 screws that hold them together is about it.

PerryB
11-29-2017, 03:02 AM
I'm just poking fun at some 'old' government pilot types that frequent this site. I don't have anything too serious against
the Husky...The pitch trim and the 1400 screws that hold them together is about it.
Yeah I always wondered why they went with the bungee trim.

RaisedByWolves
11-29-2017, 03:15 AM
I'm just poking fun at some 'old' government pilot types that frequent this site. I don't have anything too serious against
the Husky...The pitch trim and the 1400 screws that hold them together is about it.

Don't forget those god forsaken flap hinges that have scalped many people. My head still hurts

N85HY
11-29-2017, 09:49 AM
Don't forget those god forsaken flap hinges that have scalped many people. My head still hurts
Yep, the guy who did my check ride got a gash just before getting in the plane. I still passed tho.

courierguy
11-29-2017, 10:11 AM
Yeah and look at the flag, reaffirming what a capital dips**t this guy is. What was he thinking.


It wouldn't be the first time the windsock at either end at JC, especially getting towards mid day, was indicating two different directions, just saying. But, no matter, a proper approach would have left him plenty of room even if he had a slight tailwind, it's not like its that short, at 3400', or that high.

WhiskeyMike
11-29-2017, 02:26 PM
Don't forget those god forsaken flap hinges that have scalped many people. My head still hurts

The flap hangars are useful for keeping the riff-raff away.

RaisedByWolves
11-29-2017, 02:49 PM
The flap hangars are useful for keeping the riff-raff away.

One of yours took me down. I was used to supercubs, ducking enough to get under the wing. Not so with huskys


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AKCRUISER
11-29-2017, 03:38 PM
Yeah and look at the flag, reaffirming what a capital dips**t this guy is. What was he thinking.

and the guy on porch is getting ready to hit the deck... sheesh


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Cubus Maximus
11-29-2017, 04:18 PM
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OLDCROWE
11-29-2017, 05:04 PM
One of yours took me down. I was used to supercubs, ducking enough to get under the wing. Not so with huskys


Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkSaw one at OSH one year that they had split foam pool noodles to put over the meat hooks...

mvivion
11-29-2017, 06:48 PM
Saw one at OSH one year that they had split foam pool noodles to put over the meat hooks...

Some of the dealers deliver them with tennis balls or other “cushions” on those flap hangars. They’ve got me more than once.

of course, I’ve also walked into the trailing edge of more than one cub wing.....dang ball caps hide things.

MTV

gkm
11-29-2017, 10:17 PM
Some of the dealers deliver them with tennis balls or other “cushions” on those flap hangars. They’ve got me more than once.

of course, I’ve also walked into the trailing edge of more than one cub wing.....dang ball caps hide things.

MTV

Squash balls are the perfect size.

N85HY
11-30-2017, 12:41 AM
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There's both gary's and my plane in the top pic. Can't really see it but I was sporting a super fancy bedspread for an engine blanket.

SJ
11-30-2017, 07:43 AM
Good stuff, well mostly :-) The statute of limitations has probably run out, but I will keep folks nameless anyway. About fifteen years ago, a bunch of super cubs were on a grand adventure in Texas with a few "other" airplanes. A few of the super cubs got into some trouble here in there and replacement components were needed in some cases. The 123.45 chatter was ribbing the guy in the Husky about why he was at a super cub event, and he calmly replied, "Someone has to go get parts for you". The radio was quiet for a while...

sj

N85HY
11-30-2017, 09:02 AM
That's funny right there.... one up for the husky group!

L18C-95
11-30-2017, 09:56 AM
As they apparently say in Oz, if you want to go into the bush, take a Land Rover, if you want to come back take a Land Cruiser.

My ride is a Super Cub and hasnít let me down, but like SJís anecdote.


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Cubus Maximus
11-30-2017, 11:04 AM
Said "super fancy bedspread"....

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But then there was a lot of that (sleeping bag specials) going around that day... 8)

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WhiskeyMike
11-30-2017, 03:43 PM
[QUOTE=RaisedByWolves;702018]One of yours took me down. I was used to supercubs, ducking enough to get under the wing. Not so with huskys

I'm truly sorry, and I did not mean to include you in the rif-raff. Let's blame Pierce. I assume it was around that part of the world?

cubdriver2
11-30-2017, 04:20 PM
[ I'm truly sorry, and I did not mean to include you in the rif-raff.

Don't be to hasty, let it soak in before you decide ;-)

Glenn

N85HY
11-30-2017, 04:57 PM
Said "super fancy bedspread"....

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But then there was a lot of that (sleeping bag specials) going around that day... 8)

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I've done graduated to a nice cover from Bruce's now ;-)

N85HY
11-30-2017, 05:07 PM
Said "super fancy bedspread"....

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But then there was a lot of that (sleeping bag specials) going around that day... 8)

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Throw in a set of ear lappers and we've got another episode of grumpy old men.

Cubus Maximus
11-30-2017, 06:05 PM
Or even semi-grumpy ladies... (they are probably thinking about the next annual and how many machine screws there are to deal with. We always assumed when Frank designed the Husky he made a faustian bargin with a machine screw salesman.)

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cubscout
11-30-2017, 07:05 PM
"(they are probably thinking about the next annual and how many machine screws there are to deal with. We always assumed when Frank designed the Husky he made a faustian bargin with a machine screw salesman.)"

When I started fooling around with Supercubs in a land far ago, and long long away, the crusty old I.A. we worked with, "Red" Blatchley muttered that both Walter Jamineau and Bill Piper must have had stock in the Parker-Kalon screw company. You'd start with #6's, move up to 8's, then 10's, and the next logical progression was 5/16" lag screws.... :lol:

Thanks. cubscout

john schwamm
12-01-2017, 08:57 AM
Red clown nose balls work perfect and show up well on the flap brackets.

stewartb
01-31-2018, 10:31 AM
Hey John, I love the floor boards you got for the new light Husky project. I'm envious!

john schwamm
01-31-2018, 10:52 AM
Thanks Stewart, Starr/Whitewings Aircraft is making it light as possible. The Airglas guys do nice work. Doing the nosebowl now. Starr is putting the carbon fiber instrument panel on the cub next! Eliminating all the individual gauges to clean it up, will similar to Husky panel.
John

Cubus Maximus
01-31-2018, 01:24 PM
Oh one more...

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G44
01-31-2018, 01:43 PM
I really wanted to go to that fly-in but just a bit too far for me, about 5 hours one way. That would have made it 7 Husky's.

Kurt

G44
01-31-2018, 01:59 PM
I've done graduated to a nice cover from Bruce's now ;-)

Did you get it put back on the bed before your wife found out?:-P

N85HY
01-31-2018, 10:39 PM
She's actually the one that put it in the plane. I got a keeper. ��

Kellogg_Nick
10-16-2020, 09:13 AM
I party with plenty of husky owners. Swing by my hangar sometime. Cold beer in the fridge.
33803

This response is the reason why I love aviation!

wireweinie
10-16-2020, 10:09 AM
Red clown nose balls work perfect and show up well on the flap brackets.

But you gotta beat up a lot of clowns to get enough of them.

Web

G44
10-16-2020, 06:19 PM
But you gotta beat up a lot of clowns to get enough of them.

Web

Nope, they are on sale right now at Walgreens, a buck a piece. Hurry up!

G44
10-16-2020, 06:20 PM
Hey, bring a smile, they are great planes. Anything is better than driving in a Chevy Vega

How about a Pinto or AMC Pacer?

john schwamm
10-16-2020, 06:43 PM
Nope, they are on sale right now at Walgreens, a buck a piece. Hurry up!

Have them on all my Husky's, work great and add to the paint schemes.
John51681

john schwamm
10-16-2020, 06:46 PM
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RaisedByWolves
10-16-2020, 08:10 PM
Oh the flap hinges. Holy smokes. Iím
Used to ducking enough to clear the wing. Iíve had a husky tune me up good. My head still hurts.


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skywagon8a
10-17-2020, 04:59 AM
Oh the flap hinges. Holy smokes. I’m
Used to ducking enough to clear the wing. I’ve had a husky tune me up good. My head still hurts.
Those and the shovels on the ailerons. :evil: I wonder how many Huskys have been wrecked by the shovels snagging on the bushes? Sort of like landing in too tall grass only sideways?

Steve Pierce
10-17-2020, 01:18 PM
Oh the flap hinges. Holy smokes. I’m
Used to ducking enough to clear the wing. I’ve had a husky tune me up good. My head still hurts.


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Performance STOL flap hinges will send you to the ground in excruciating amount of pain.

KevinJ
10-17-2020, 01:28 PM
Performance STOL flap hinges will send you to the ground in excruciating amount of pain.
Hurts so good. Worth every headache

RaisedByWolves
10-17-2020, 02:05 PM
Performance STOL flap hinges will send you to the ground in excruciating amount of pain.

Great. One more thing to watch out for


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john schwamm
10-17-2020, 02:29 PM
Those and the shovels on the ailerons. :evil: I wonder how many Huskys have been wrecked by the shovels snagging on the bushes? Sort of like landing in too tall grass only sideways?

If one hits something with the spade you are probably in deep trouble already, almost impossible to hit anything with them, other than someone head when walking under the wing!
Newer Husky's eliminated them in about 2009. Flaps are longer, ailerons are deeper and narrower.
The custom spades on the one Husky I have are airfoils that just give one power steering, very light touch on ailerons.
John

Steve Pierce
10-17-2020, 02:35 PM
Great. One more thing to watch out for


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Tony cut a pool noodle and put on his when using that big new baggage door. The pool noodle stays on in flight if you forget to remove it too. ;)

mvivion
10-17-2020, 02:37 PM
John,

The “new wing” Husky was introduced in 2005. It was a great improvement, and not just due to the elimination of the “airodynamic counterbalances”.....

MTV

john schwamm
10-17-2020, 02:52 PM
Mike, you are correct, I was thinking of the bigger door, think that changed in 2009. For those interested, the newest wing is called the C wing, no spades, believe as Mike said that came in 2005 range. I had a late B model Husky that had the C wing, 2007. May be just the C model which is the latest model out is higher gross, not change in wing.
Mike, correct me if I am off.
And the trim system no longer has the spring to fight with elevator movement, eliminated in 2018 models with trim tab on elevator. Now feels more like a cub, other than flaps and attitude has to be flown differently than cub to get the best performance. If you raise the tail on takeoff run in Husky you went too far, three point takeoff just elevates the plane.
John

KevinJ
10-17-2020, 05:53 PM
Now feels more like a cub, other than flaps and attitude has to be flown differently than cub to get the best performance.
John
Please explain that a little more John. I’ve never had a chance to fly a husky.

john schwamm
10-17-2020, 11:17 PM
Please explain that a little more John. I’ve never had a chance to fly a husky.
A Husky has fowler type flaps that create lift, not like a stock cub with just drag type flaps. When landing or taking off in Husky one does not need to raise the tail, just back pressure on stick and it levitates at three point attitude, bigger the tires the better for higher angle of attack. On landing one has to get in a nose high attitude as if you head toward the landing spot with nose down the Husky goes well past the spot as flaps have so much lift, not much drag. Cub flaps just drag so one can point pretty much at the landing spot. Of course a cub with the Airframes/Keller flaps is more like a Husky, but with more level attitude, does not require nose up to slow. Keller flpas give more lift and drag at more level attitude as they go down so far at full. Cubs do fly a bit slower than a Husky at the low end, especially with the Keller flaps.
Hope this makes sense. And if flying an older Husky one has to fight the spring pressure on the stick and continually trim, hard to overcome the pressure at higher nose up, where a cub has light forces on stick, trim not as critical. New Husky is similar to cub as it has trim tab now, no spring to fight.
John

KevinJ
10-17-2020, 11:41 PM
Thanks! Great explanation. I’ve been told it’s more work to make a husky do what a cub does, however, you get there faster.

G44
10-18-2020, 07:37 AM
Thanks! Great explanation. I’ve been told it’s more work to make a husky do what a cub does, however, you get there faster.

And you go a lot further on a tank of gas.

john schwamm
10-18-2020, 08:26 AM
Thanks! Great explanation. I’ve been told it’s more work to make a husky do what a cub does, however, you get there faster.

The big issue on a Husky is the empty weight, they are too heavy these days. If one does big mods they can get down to about 1300lbs, but cub is still lighter, so flies slower. Good thing is Husky is fast, newer one i just bought goes about 125mph, cub cannot compete there. And to me the Husky is just a stronger built machine, feels better for longer trips. Shortfield cub usually wins but my lightweight one can hold it own with a cub.

mvivion
10-18-2020, 10:15 AM
Mike, you are correct, I was thinking of the bigger door, think that changed in 2009. For those interested, the newest wing is called the C wing, no spades, believe as Mike said that came in 2005 range. I had a late B model Husky that had the C wing, 2007. May be just the C model which is the latest model out is higher gross, not change in wing.
Mike, correct me if I am off.
And the trim system no longer has the spring to fight with elevator movement, eliminated in 2018 models with trim tab on elevator. Now feels more like a cub, other than flaps and attitude has to be flown differently than cub to get the best performance. If you raise the tail on takeoff run in Husky you went too far, three point takeoff just elevates the plane.
John

John,

Yes, all 2005 model Huskys have the new wing, but all were A-1Bs. All Bs had a gross weight of 2000.

The C model started in 2007 or 2008ish, not sure. That airplane has a different angle of incidence of the horizontal tail, I believe, and other mods to take gross weight to 2250.

There is a mod available for all “new wing” B models (post 2005) that takes their gross weight to 2200.

I flew the first production B for a few years. It was a really light example, at 1250 on 8.50 tires. Then we made it heavier.....Still a Great performer.

MTV

MTV

G44
10-18-2020, 10:50 AM
Keep in mind, if the airplane is faster and more efficient then your MPG is better which means less fuel needed for the mission. Less fuel required means less fuel carried which means less weight. So taking this into account that partially offsets the higher empty weight of the Husky.

Kurt

WhiskeyMike
10-18-2020, 01:22 PM
Really handy to have 50 gallons usable at 125 MPH. Spring trim was always a problem, but then again if you don't have double pulleys on any Piper model (like a stock -12) then that's trouble as well, as is the old jack screw - Dakota replacement way better, but nuthin but nothin' is for free. You can get an older Husky for 110k with 180 HP, 50 gallons fuel, CS Prop, double puck Clevelands, relatively late model airframe - you'll never find that in an 18 for that money. Still a Cub is prettier and flies nicer.:lol:

G44
10-18-2020, 01:33 PM
I have NO issue with the Husky trim system, works great, simple, reliable. I don't get why people complain about it. I have had more issues with the trim systems in other airplanes I have owned than I have had in the 2 Husky’s I have owned. YMMV.

Kurt