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    NO!!!! As PA-22 said above, that may be what led...

    NO!!!! As PA-22 said above, that may be what led to this in the first place.

    Don't use a heat gun on most fabrics. You need to use an iron to shrink it correctly. After it's sprayed with dope,...
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    Still warmer inside the hangar. One of the real...

    Still warmer inside the hangar. One of the real fabric guys on here can talk to you about maybe ironing it again for a little more tension.

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    Just from the pics, it looks like the cold shrunk...

    Just from the pics, it looks like the cold shrunk the airframe more than the fabric (cold day?). Did the wrinkles go away once it's back in a warm hanger?

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    Is this a new recover job? Is this a new airplane...

    Is this a new recover job? Is this a new airplane to you? Is this a 'warm weather' airplane recently moved to a cold weather area?

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    Now that's a new one. Web

    Now that's a new one.

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    Insert my objection to built in intercoms here,...

    Insert my objection to built in intercoms here, lol.

    My observation is that you will get better control and function from a stand alone intercom than with any built in system. As you change...
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    The cutouts are the best way of planning your...

    The cutouts are the best way of planning your layout. It gives your brain a solid visual picture of the final product. If you do it right, you'll make a few arrangements before you settle on the...
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    By the way, if you are installing the TT22...

    By the way, if you are installing the TT22 transponder, you only need to add the TN70 system to make it a certified ADS-B out system.

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    These are great units. Very good quality. The...

    These are great units. Very good quality. The remote heads are great for panels with clearance issues. Just make sure your coax and wire harness are high quality also.

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  10. Sky-Tec starters. Either HT or NL models. and...

    Sky-Tec starters. Either HT or NL models. and make sure you have a GOOD ground strap from the crank case to the airframe.

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    Never been to the south side of the pond. Hope to...

    Never been to the south side of the pond. Hope to get there one day.

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    Do you need the switch and the actuator? Web

    Do you need the switch and the actuator?

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    Here are some clips from the book. Look at part...

    Here are some clips from the book. Look at part #52.

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    If the arm is serviceable just install it on the...

    If the arm is serviceable just install it on the new switch. It's just held on with the switch mounting screws.

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    Do a Google search, multiple sources....

    Do a Google search, multiple sources. 'Onlinecomponents.com' shows seven at Honeywell.

    Just a tip for the Cessna guys; all those little electrical components are easier to find in the wiring...
  16. Thread: TSO Com?

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    Just for others information; if you need to...

    Just for others information; if you need to operate one radio from two seats, look at the Trig TRY91 as it can be installed with two separate control heads. This means front seat/back seat or even...
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    Even if you go with the '200, my offer to fab the...

    Even if you go with the '200, my offer to fab the harness still stands.

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  18. FS: Thanks Problems on the early ones that ended...

    Thanks

    Problems on the early ones that ended up generating an AD

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    Baker or spy?

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    I'm curious as to why the 'Alaska' Airmans...

    I'm curious as to why the 'Alaska' Airmans Association brought in an airplane from outside.

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  21. Here are temperature notes from Cessna,...

    Here are temperature notes from Cessna, DeHavilland, and a tensiometer manufacturer.

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    solder Web

    solder

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  23. Cable tension is directly related to ambient...

    Cable tension is directly related to ambient temperatures. Lots of tension gauges have a 'cheat sheet' with them that corrects for ambient temps over or under the 'standard' of 59ļF.

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    Wiring a transponder is pretty minimal....

    Wiring a transponder is pretty minimal. Especially with a serial altitude encoder. Pick something current and go with the install.

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    Staying well grounded

    Just need to put out a reminder to check out your ground path from the engine to the airframe. Do it at least each annual. Please.

    Two days ago I had to do some wiring repairs due to poor engine...
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