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    Before you bail out of this tailwheel, it looks...

    Before you bail out of this tailwheel, it looks like an original Scott 3200 and you would only be able to replace it with a "aftermarket" one.

    I am an enthusiastic amateur but armed with Steve...
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    Seasons Greetings Iain When I started the...

    Seasons Greetings Iain

    When I started the restoration of the SuperCub, one thing that was near the top of the list was a decent catch that held the window open in flight.

    The original catch...
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    If soda blasting is an option for you then I...

    If soda blasting is an option for you then I would certainly consider that, pretty gentle on the metal and the media (baking soda) coats the metal in the process and delays the oxidisation until you...
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    Bit late in the day but just looked at possibly...

    Bit late in the day but just looked at possibly some relevant drawings, PM me with an email if you want the .pdf sent over

    Kind regards

    Stew
  5. I put one of these over the wings of the cabinet...

    I put one of these over the wings of the cabinet latch and it improves things somewhat but no substitute for a proper solution. If not available easily in the US, happy to post some over.

    One of...
  6. Likewise, could not find anything and I emailed...

    Likewise, could not find anything and I emailed them. Will let you know if I hear anything.

    Kind regards

    Stew
  7. Very many thanks for that, we tried everything...

    Very many thanks for that, we tried everything with the old latch including a rubber castration ring around the leaves of the catch spring.

    Perhaps steer clear of the spar when you have the drill...
  8. Just doing that, the plan is for a decent latch...

    Just doing that, the plan is for a decent latch as Steve mentions and the one from CubCrafters is the option we like.

    We have the tank out at the moment so it will be securely mounted with a...
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    Might have posted this before. On the rebuild we...

    Might have posted this before. On the rebuild we found a lost screwdriver bit .......


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    It certainly can I used the purpose shims from...

    It certainly can

    I used the purpose shims from Univair and got them set up really good without the spring.

    Fitted the spring and it was terrible. After a couple of days I concluded that the...
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    This is a copy I have on file. Send me a ...

    This is a copy I have on file.

    Send me a message with an email address and I will certainly send the .pdf and .jpeg versions to you.

    Kind regards

    Stew

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    Appears that Cub Coupe is the "popular" name for...

    Appears that Cub Coupe is the "popular" name for the Piper J4A (Continental A65) according to the UK CAA Registration Details.
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    I think I might have a spare one you can have....

    I think I might have a spare one you can have. Let me know if you still need it and if so I will sort out an image for you so you can see if it fits the bill.
    Kind regards
    Stew
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    ADS-B Out

    The Trig TT21 is TSO approved for fitting to European and FAA registered aircraft as a Class 2 transponder. They are suitable for aircraft cruising slower than 175 knots, and operating below 15,000...
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    Many thanks Steve, should have mentioned that.

    Many thanks Steve, should have mentioned that.
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    Just wiring in the Trig TY91 VHF Transceiver and...

    Just wiring in the Trig TY91 VHF Transceiver and Trig TT21 Mode S Transponder. Really could not say no to adding a Trig TN72 GPS unit which provides accurate position info for the ADS-B equipped Trig...
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    Hope you get to the bottom of it on Friday,...

    Hope you get to the bottom of it on Friday, another pair of hands would really help as it is easier with someone on top with a spanner when you loosen the nuts on the pedal shaft saddle underneath,...
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    Couple of things. Just looking at the...

    Couple of things.

    Just looking at the standard system, left and right brake are completely independent and there is no return spring on the front pedals, the rods/rear pedals/master cylinder...
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    Stab Covering

    I know nothing about this but this drawing seems to confirm things as Piper saw it.
    Stew
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    Piper drawing 14486 Jan 23 1957 and Drawing...

    Piper drawing 14486 Jan 23 1957 and Drawing 139595 Rev. s April 1974.

    Much appreciate a copy of these drawings as well, fixing my stringers this very week.

    Kind regards

    Stew

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    Drawing 21621

    Drawing 21621 is on the Northland CD and is relevant all Cub wood stringers and shows Revision "L" on 8th Sep 1948 to include PA17/18/19/20/21. Not seen anything yet about installation.

    Have...
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    Univair Aluminium Stringers

    I needed a new set of stringers for a PA18-150 and ordered the aluminium ones from Univair.

    The shipping and customs costs to the UK, as mentioned above, were horrendous so I asked how many items...
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    Screws or Bolts

    Steve/Eddie. Love to have a copy of that manual if possible as I seem to have become addicted to collecting any Cub information I can find.

    As regards supercub's original query about...
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    "caveat emptor"

    If we could get it a UK permit then it would certainly find a good home over here in the UK.

    Our legal system still respects "caveat emptor", the principle that the buyer alone is responsible for...
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    Soda Blasting

    It is my understanding that if you have it dry "Sodablasted" then you have a fair amount of time between completion of the blast process and application of the two pack.

    The soda bicarbonate is a...
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