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    LOL! Two thumbs up! Web

    LOL!

    Two thumbs up!

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  2. Thread: Spark plugs

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    Copenhagen? Web

    Copenhagen?

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  3. Not buying it. It's an obvious end around for...

    Not buying it.

    It's an obvious end around for 'required airspace'. I think it's a winnable argument but as it's against the faa, it's a bit like wrestling a greased pig (after a while you realize...
  4. Maybe a lawyer could address the legal issues,...

    Maybe a lawyer could address the legal issues, but I'm not convinced that the feds would prevail if they tried to suspend/revoke for not having it on in uncontrolled airspace. My arguement would be...
  5. Normally have a small bushing that allows the...

    Normally have a small bushing that allows the seat belt triangle to swivel some. Each bushing should be slightly thicker than the piece it holds. And use a large enough washer under the head of the...
  6. Correct. An encoder is required, whether stand...

    Correct. An encoder is required, whether stand alone or built in. The WAAS enabled GPS provides a precision location signal.

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    JPI's specification. Probably so the threads...

    JPI's specification. Probably so the threads don't gall. Shouldn't be for strength as all manufacturers warn against hard mounting to the gascolator or carb. I've seen aluminum, steel, and brass used...
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    Not sure if pics will help much. It's just a...

    Not sure if pics will help much. It's just a couple of hoses connected to a block of aluminum.

    Use 'Mounting procedure 700923' in the install manual. It's easiest if you can fabricate your own...
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    That's an idea I've been trying to get the new...

    That's an idea I've been trying to get the new turbine operators, up here, to use. Every start off a cart of cheap batteries is one less start off the ships batteries. Every battery made has a finite...
  10. I'm sure I get an earful for this. But it won't...

    I'm sure I get an earful for this. But it won't be the first time.

    Fly out of controlled airspace with your ADS-B. Land and shut down. Give it a few and start up with no ADS-B. Repeat in reverse...
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    All regs are 'A' or 'B' style. "A' style has one...

    All regs are 'A' or 'B' style. "A' style has one brush connected to power and the other to the reg, which controls current flow to ground. 'B' style has one brush tied directly to ground and the...
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    First off, go back and re check connections at...

    First off, go back and re check connections at the starter/gen and the regulator. VERY easy to flip a couple of them. Then check condition of the brushes. If all checks correct swap out a regulator...
  13. Spot on. A separate socket and universal joint...

    Spot on. A separate socket and universal joint never works for me. Suck it up and get a top quality (read 'thinner') 1/4" drive, socket with the universal joint built into it. It has a shorter...
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    Preserves laminar airflow while parking. Web

    Preserves laminar airflow while parking.

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    It's only required in specified airspace. Outside...

    It's only required in specified airspace. Outside of that airspace, I would argue that it is NOT required and therefore not required to be activated. Common sense dictates that if it were removed/not...
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    The rule reads as ADS-B needed if flying into...

    The rule reads as ADS-B needed if flying into certain airspace. If installed, it should be on. I see nothing that would prohibit removing it as un necessary if not operating in the specified...
  17. Thread: Wildcat Cub

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    I have the dealer account also. I've found that...

    I have the dealer account also. I've found that many items are cheaper if I have them shipped from CA than if I check the box for Wasilla. I don't understand why but always check out the shipping...
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    NEVER paint an antenna. Web

    NEVER paint an antenna.

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    That copper line is routinely replaced. I prefer...

    That copper line is routinely replaced. I prefer these smaller diameter type hoses as they take up less room than the old school hoses and they are flexible, unlike the hard line.

    Of course, you...
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    Was the liner tube stuck inside this? Was it...

    Was the liner tube stuck inside this? Was it driven out or was it removed by hand?

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    Hey SJ You know the lake is right there, at...

    Hey SJ

    You know the lake is right there, at New Holstein.

    Just sayin' . . . .

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    Those people don't need an excuse to complain...

    Those people don't need an excuse to complain about 'guns!'.

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    Like he's going to tell that girl 'no'. Web

    Like he's going to tell that girl 'no'.

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  24. Thread: Oil Screen

    by wireweinie
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    B&C has it's own gasket. Casper uses the Lycoming...

    B&C has it's own gasket. Casper uses the Lycoming gasket.

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    That's the only type of compass that works well...

    That's the only type of compass that works well in a ferrous metal aircraft.

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