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    Bob, I'm 37 and some of the people I have...

    Bob,

    I'm 37 and some of the people I have flown with have been charged to put the waiver on the policy. Usually I'm only flying with them for 10 or 15 hours and the insurance companies will...
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    Bob, that’s interesting… when you asked about...

    Bob, that’s interesting… when you asked about note 17 they pulled your waiver of subrogation? How did note 17 read?
    I don’t do instruction in an airplane other than my own unless they have hull...
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    I agree. Sometimes it makes it too easy. I have...

    I agree. Sometimes it makes it too easy. I have a 74in cruise prop on mine so it make them work a little. At times I get frustrated because when they pull back on the stick it comes out of the...
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    Thanks for the input. I really like the Super...

    Thanks for the input. I really like the Super Cub for instruction. I like sitting in the back and I really like having my own throttle. I have access to a 182 on wheels and we use it to go visit...
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    I had never heard about them being a bear in...

    I had never heard about them being a bear in rough water until I read Bush Flying Angler by Lee Wulff. He had a sedan for part of one summer and he flipped it over turning downwind to upwind in some...
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    The Never Ending Debate

    Hi All,

    I own a Super Cub in Maine and I really enjoy doing flight instruction with my airplane. I think it is the perfect platform for teaching tailwheel and float flying. I do about 5-10...
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    Hey Dan, These guys have one....

    Hey Dan,
    These guys have one.
    http://svennsaviation.com
    Sawyer
  8. First solo was in my Dad's Pietenpol Aircamper. ...

    First solo was in my Dad's Pietenpol Aircamper. It was pretty uneventful since I had been trying to fly it in some capacity since I was about 5 years old. A friend/instructor of my Dad's checked me...
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    Thanks for the nice comments guys, Maine...

    Thanks for the nice comments guys,
    Maine Magazine has a Sugarloaf Edition every year and you can tell they don't have a lot to write about... Really nice people writing the article and taking the...
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    I have a Tango Cub. I have no problem with the...

    I have a Tango Cub. I have no problem with the toe brakes. I have had about 30 students in the front that haven't had any issues with the toe brakes. The big feet guys have to set their heels...
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    Glenn, I am not flying in Rangeley, no window...

    Glenn, I am not flying in Rangeley, no window washing with the fuel this year. I may be able to make it over to Greenville for the first time in years, but unfortunately I am not on floats right...
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    I have owned 257 for about 5 years and it still...

    I have owned 257 for about 5 years and it still has the O-235 and toe brakes. I spend most of my time being jealous of the guys with 150s and flaps. I was pretty worried about the toe brakes when I...
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    Hi Ralf, I happened to be at my parents when I...

    Hi Ralf,

    I happened to be at my parents when I read your request. My Dad has a 1940 J5 that he is rebuilding, the cowling has been modified, and it has a fiberglass nose bowl to accommodate a...
  14. Hey Guys, I do a lot of lurking... Glenn,...

    Hey Guys,

    I do a lot of lurking...

    Glenn, glad you ran into my Dad. He has been building up a J5 and has been looking everywhere for a set of those 4inch balloon tires. I did make it down to...
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    Hi All, This is a good discussion this time of...

    Hi All,
    This is a good discussion this time of year. I have an O-235 in my super cub. It does not have an oil cooler but it does have a remote screw on oil filter that acts a little like an oil...
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    I know Phil, tough luck especially considering...

    I know Phil, tough luck especially considering how much nice weather we’ve had this summer. I’ll be looking for a break in the weather!

    Sawyer
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    I went flying today with the new housing and...

    I went flying today with the new housing and original spring and ball. The oil pressure was way too high out of the box but after a little adjusting it checked out perfectly. Looking at the two...
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    Thanks guys, things are looking up! I’m on the...

    Thanks guys, things are looking up! I’m on the hunt for the new style regulator housing and I’ll let you know how it works out. Thanks a lot Steve



    - Thanks Phil, I look forward to...
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    815781588159 Thanks for the quick response...

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    Thanks for the quick response Steve. You inspired me to do a little evening reconnaissance. I took some pictures of the seat and the housing. I think I have the new seat and a...
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    Thanks for the insight Steve. After looking at...

    Thanks for the insight Steve. After looking at your pictures I would say that I have the new pressure relief valve seat. How would I know if I’m still using the old pressure relief valve parts and...
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    Iíve got to make it to 90me this weekend

    But it isnít looking goodÖ


    I just finished doing a variety of work on my 1953 piper PA-18-105SP with an O235-C1. This included some work on the landing gears, one new gear and repainting. ...
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