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    I have the "stock" split doors on both sides of...

    I have the "stock" split doors on both sides of my Cub. It is just as sturdy as a one door Cub and I use both doors on nearly every flight.
  2. Thank you for the memories of flying in the far...

    Thank you for the memories of flying in the far north. I visited several of those places Ft. McMurry, Yellowknife, Tuktoyaktuk, Inuvik and others 40 years ago with my 185.
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    Look at the physics of a tail wheel vs a tricycle...

    Look at the physics of a tail wheel vs a tricycle landing gear. The further forward of the center of gravity of the main gear of a tailwheel airplane, the more tendency there is for a ground loop....
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    Perhaps it was used to help hold up the aft end...

    Perhaps it was used to help hold up the aft end of a radio box under the panel?
  5. That is why I like a direct reading oil pressure...

    That is why I like a direct reading oil pressure gauge.
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    It's easy to make your own. Most any aluminum...

    It's easy to make your own. Most any aluminum sheet will do. Try to avoid the soft stuff.
  7. With my Brownie box camera? That would have been...

    With my Brownie box camera? That would have been more entertaining had there been some of today's modern camera equipment handy. Like Farmboy's 360 degree swivel camera.
  8. Long long ago in the land of Boston's outer...

    Long long ago in the land of Boston's outer harbor I spotted a carrier outbound under tow. Hmmmm? :evil: :evil: :evil: Yes? No? Yess! Line up on final approach, start to engage brain, Hmmm? What if...
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    Can't you just mount a mirror on your crane boom...

    Can't you just mount a mirror on your crane boom which you can see from the Cab? Maybe paint a couple of stripes on it for alignment purposes?
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    4-88. a. Page 4-59 a. Brazing requires less...

    4-88. a. Page 4-59
    a. Brazing requires less heat than welding and can be used to join metals that are damaged by high heat. However, because the strength of brazed joints is not as great as welded...
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    Charlie, You need one of these. It makes nice...

    Charlie, You need one of these. It makes nice clean cuts right through the middle of a sheet without distortion.

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    Without looking it up, from A&P school memory the...

    Without looking it up, from A&P school memory the rule was not to braze on primary structure. Meaning if it failed it could cause serious failure of the structure. But it was alright to braze...
  13. Just route the fuel lines so the low point is aft...

    Just route the fuel lines so the low point is aft of the rear of the belly pod.
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    How did they each bend one rotor blade?

    How did they each bend one rotor blade?
  15. Thread: Sonic Booms

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    tsunami...

    tsunami advisoryhttps://abcnews.go.com/US/tsunami-warning-issued-us-west-coast-alaska/story?id=82282242
  16. I hear you. However, when in the process of...

    I hear you. However, when in the process of twisting, the person doing the twisting ought to be able to feel a weak tube fracturing. The level of the resistance should be felt.
  17. Wouldn't now be a good time to find any...

    Wouldn't now be a good time to find any corrosion? ................... on the ground!
  18. Before you start persuading it, check the...

    Before you start persuading it, check the stabilizers for alignment. It could be a little of both elevators and stabilizer.
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    I bought a new wood spar from Bellanca for a 7GCB...

    I bought a new wood spar from Bellanca for a 7GCB which was made of four short pieces of spruce scarf spliced end to end without gussets instead of being one long piece. There wasn't any mention of...
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    You really ought to attend an FAA IA renewal...

    You really ought to attend an FAA IA renewal meeting (When they have a full blown meeting) and pay attention to what FAA "Legal" has to say.
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    I can't supply an engineering source, however I...

    I can't supply an engineering source, however I do know there are several considerations in the design of augmenter exhaust systems. Such as the diameter of the exhaust pipes, the diameter of the...
  22. That makes sense. You didn't mention originally...

    That makes sense. You didn't mention originally that the truck driver spoke to the engineer. Under the circumstances, had I been the engineer, I think I may have done the same thing.
  23. Since you haven't shown the 1st page of the STC,...

    Since you haven't shown the 1st page of the STC, I'll assume the rest of what you've shown is part of it. With that assumption the drawing shown is the proper approved drawing. Using this drawing you...
  24. Interesting thought on this. Assume sitting in...

    Interesting thought on this. Assume sitting in that truck as the train is approaching. Wouldn't that sound automatically get louder the closer the source of the sound got to the ears of the truck...
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    Eaa's Amateur-Built Aircraft Certification kit...

    Eaa's Amateur-Built Aircraft Certification kit will be useful in answering these questions. Also all necessary forms are included. You are the manufacturer and serial number picker....
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