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    Interesting, I was under the impression that they...

    Interesting, I was under the impression that they did not.
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    But it has four of them, the equivalent of two of...

    But it has four of them, the equivalent of two of Steve's engines.
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    Use caution with Wag-Aero parts. Some are...

    Use caution with Wag-Aero parts. Some are approved and some are not. They sell a lot of stuff to the experimental crowd. Sometimes it is difficult to determine whether the part they are selling is...
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    Just one small piece will do this when it sits...

    Just one small piece will do this when it sits between the ball and the seat.
  5. Exactly! Replacing components just for the sake...

    Exactly! Replacing components just for the sake of replacing something which solved an issue, sometimes is the answer and sometimes just hides the real issue. Unless you can put your finger on...
  6. Don't forget one important thing. The FAA is not...

    Don't forget one important thing. The FAA is not happy unless you are not happy.
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    What's that white stuff all over the ground? We...

    What's that white stuff all over the ground? We haven't seen any of that all winter.
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    That's about what I remembered. It was long ago...

    That's about what I remembered. It was long ago when they were new. I seem to recall a TAS of about 200 mph at low altitude.
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    Cool! Love that airplane, a bit heavy in the nose...

    Cool! Love that airplane, a bit heavy in the nose but boy does it skedaddle! And burn gas.
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    A hat section is generally a piece of flat stock...

    A hat section is generally a piece of flat stock formed like the shape of a top hat with a brim. Tubing does not form a hat section.

    Gordon, The two diagonal tubes as described in cubpilot2's...
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    Where did the hat section come from?

    Where did the hat section come from?
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    The two tubes would still be in place doing their...

    The two tubes would still be in place doing their jobs. However when solidly joined at a midpoint, each leg's compression column strength would be increased. The external dimensions of each triangle...
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    You sir are not understanding the difference.

    You sir are not understanding the difference.
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    Stewart, While we all accept that is so, it sends...

    Stewart, While we all accept that is so, it sends the wrong message towards promoting aviation safety and legality. It may also create problems for a subsequent owner for some unforeseen issue....
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    This is a long shot. Long ago Bob Whittier had an...

    This is a long shot. Long ago Bob Whittier had an E-2 with a single blade prop. While I haven't seen the plane nor him in years, somehow I can't imagine that he ever sold it. The last I heard he took...
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    That is interesting. My Whirlwind 200G will only...

    That is interesting. My Whirlwind 200G will only go on one way, the wrong location for hand propping. The reliefs are only on four studs. I was under the impression that the hubs on the ground...
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    Randy, Bill's Cub is "Amateur-Built" and...

    Randy, Bill's Cub is "Amateur-Built" and cubpilot2's is not. Bill can do it if he wishes, yet cubpilot2 needs official permission from the FAA. Be careful that this can be misleading some to just...
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    Another thought. Though I have never attempted to...

    Another thought. Though I have never attempted to form a windshield, I have heat formed smaller pieces of plexiglass. Due to the size, shape, cost of materiel and steep learning curve I suggest that...
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    Seldom can a purchased windshield be dropped in...

    Seldom can a purchased windshield be dropped in without any cutting and fitting. Over the past 60 odd years of installing windshields in various airplanes, I can not think of even one which did not...
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    On a noncertified experimental airplane. This is...

    On a noncertified experimental airplane. This is not applicable to the OP's airplane.
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    I tend to agree with you. However just imagine...

    I tend to agree with you. However just imagine all the hoops you would have to go through in order to get an STC or other type of FAA approval to connect the two tubes. It likely would be many more...
  22. This reminds me of a story my wife told me about...

    This reminds me of a story my wife told me about one of her students and his mother. My wife used to instruct at a nearby airport which had a contract with the local State college's aviation courses...
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    This is a PA-14 Steve. Are they all the same?

    This is a PA-14 Steve. Are they all the same?
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    https://www.supercub.org/forum/attachment.php?atta...

    https://www.supercub.org/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=47866&stc=1&thumb=1&d=1585261080

    Notice the missing primer on the tail post between the rudder hinge and the horizontal jigging tube....
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    Key point: Do not weld or add a small joining...

    Key point: Do not weld or add a small joining tube at the X as this will change the characteristics of the original tubing.
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