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    Ok, I've decided on a 60x60 with a 52x14 door....

    Ok, I've decided on a 60x60 with a 52x14 door. Next decision construction type: stick frame, steel prefab or foam panel. It will be insulated one way or the other. Opinions?
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    What door width do you think works best on a 60x60

    What door width do you think works best on a 60x60
  3. Thread: ATC guys lonely?

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    I just had the greatest experience transitioning...

    I just had the greatest experience transitioning thru Salt Lake, vfr I-15 corridor, something I dont do very often. Starting with Provo twr and every handoff thereafter the controllers were super and...
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    My original 12 fuel system with 2 individual...

    My original 12 fuel system with 2 individual valves called for Left always on (I assume because of dual tank pick ups) and right on as desired. Seems like both during critical flight times would be...
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    Great, a lot better than my trail 90 with the...

    Great, a lot better than my trail 90 with the small rear sprocket that'll only get my last a$$ up to a whopping 35.
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    Any idea of its top speed, or maybe I should say...

    Any idea of its top speed, or maybe I should say practical speed between home and the airport
  7. Thread: L-21 Javron

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    I covered the bottom of the wing first, then...

    I covered the bottom of the wing first, then marked my inspection hole locations with a pencil from above. So far so good on the locations.
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    FS: Sold

    Sold
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    FS: PA-12 Fresh rebuild, 150HP

    1946 Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser, ;$62,500, Lyc. O-320 150hp; SMOH 933; All logs since new; NO damage history, Complete rebuild in 2013 from the bare fuselage up, 488 hrs. since rebuild...
  11. Thread: Is 70 too old?

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    if they are pilots and over 69 none of them have...

    if they are pilots and over 69 none of them have 'heard' much of anything for years....
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    I bought a Home depot, Husky brand, 60 gallon,...

    I bought a Home depot, Husky brand, 60 gallon, 220v, unit several years ago, around $500, I've been happy with it especially for the price point, has enough value to run my pot blaster, spray gun...
  13. Thread: Decision Time

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    I just finished a 12 with the borer extended...

    I just finished a 12 with the borer extended baggage, I would not do the whole thing, the bottom 1/2 requires changing to a pa-18 torgue tube to remove the vertical elevator bell crank, which in...
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    Once you have a panel layout figured out, cut it...

    Once you have a panel layout figured out, cut it out in 1/4" plexiglass the exact shape of the actual panel, very helpfull seeing your obstructions
  15. Thread: Starter exchange

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    I really like my sky tec, it may take some...

    I really like my sky tec, it may take some adjustment to the oil cooler support brackets. Pretty easy to do. While you're at it replace that oil heavy oil cooler with a new light weight Niagra. ...
  16. Thread: 8.50's

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    I am no help to you in the drum brake dept but...

    I am no help to you in the drum brake dept but the format we used greased right thru fsdo, just let me know if you want copies
  17. Thread: 8.50's

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    I got a field approval for 850s on Cleveland's on...

    I got a field approval for 850s on Cleveland's on a pa12 with helena fsdo I'd be glad to share with you if you think that would help you
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    Opening worked out ok for me, glad to live in...

    Opening worked out ok for me, glad to live in Montana. rough score 358.5

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    if that's all of the concerns you have looking at...

    if that's all of the concerns you have looking at a plane, I'd say buy it QUICK
  20. Thread: Titan Straps

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    And its a Montana company, how can you beat...

    And its a Montana company, how can you beat that....
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    Here's a link to Dakota Cub's pdf, on their...

    Here's a link to Dakota Cub's pdf, on their suggested fuel line routing. Works great, tho no need to plumb the fuel guages into the lines, they can be isolated.
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    It's a couple hour job for a couple people, not...

    It's a couple hour job for a couple people, not as bad as everyone makes it out to be. Especially since you only need to do it every 10 years or so, at least the way I fly.

    The only reason I can...
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    or...since Catto's aren't approved for certified...

    or...since Catto's aren't approved for certified aircraft, put on a light weight Niagara oil cooler and a Skytec Lightweight starter and save around 12-15# as I recall also at the tip of the arm...
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    I have the above mentioned cub clues tool I would...

    I have the above mentioned cub clues tool I would gladly loan out if you pay freight, it doesn't make it easy but it works. The last set i did I used the tool and I tied the plane to the floor (or...
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    *The Dakota Tanks probably could be installed on...

    *The Dakota Tanks probably could be installed on a covered wing, but it would be a pain. I would think you would still have to remove the wing, pull fabric from the first 4' of wing then install. ...
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