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  1. Thread: Oops, darn it...

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    A buddy just texted this image - Not sure when it...

    A buddy just texted this image - Not sure when it happened or where (maybe Maryland). Sounds like two people are alive but they are trying to get them down. Not sure how many are onboard. Just that...
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    Powdercaot and Superflite

    I've got some bare metal tail feathers that I need to paint or powdercoat. I've powdercoated all of my interior panels and a number of other steel parts but recently learned that standard...
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    I'm not certain on the larger Continentals but on...

    I'm not certain on the larger Continentals but on the smaller ones the rockers themselves are physically the same but the exhaust has an oil hole designed to shoot oil onto the exhaust valve stem. ...
  4. Thread: Viking Engine

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    I would keep the heel brakes. You'll learn to...

    I would keep the heel brakes. You'll learn to love them.

    As for the engine, I think you'll find that you will spend all of your time trying to make it work rather than just finding a good engine...
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    The holy grail is an ORIGINAL (25W) pair of 6"...

    The holy grail is an ORIGINAL (25W) pair of 6" Milbar "Tigerwave".... (Not the new 7W...They suck) I searched for about 6 years to replace a pair that was stolen from me.

    Otherwise, the NEW...
  6. Thread: Oops, darn it...

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    exactly.

    exactly.
  7. Thread: Wing tip bow

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    I would not do it...

    I would not do it...
  8. Thread: Exhaust options

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    I also knew about Rubbert's system. I also heard...

    I also knew about Rubbert's system. I also heard it has a bit more clearance so you dont need to notch out the lower cowling rails. I understand it may be available as a certified exhaust through...
  9. Thread: Exhaust options

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    I would think it would fall under the following:...

    I would think it would fall under the following:



    I would be curious to know how well that exhaust works for those who have tried it.
  10. Thread: Exhaust options

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    Exhaust options

    I'm at a point where I'm looking for my exhaust system. I know about (or thought I did) all of the options.... Standard, Atlee HD, Sutton, Powerflow, etc... But I saw this and wondered if it was...
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    I've been using ADToolbox from Zook since about...

    I've been using ADToolbox from Zook since about 2010. It's easily the best in my opinion....
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    https://drs.faa.gov/browse its under "design...

    https://drs.faa.gov/browse

    its under "design and Production Approvals" on the left menu.
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    I use it almost every day. (I dont work for the...

    I use it almost every day. (I dont work for the FAA) I did not like it at first but it's growing on me. The biggest problem I run into is all of the websites out there that are linked to the old...
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    Put the snapring over one of the fairlead pieces...

    Put the snapring over one of the fairlead pieces centering the snapring with the open part toward the other half of the fairlead . Then slide the other half in and work the snapring as you push the...
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    Me Either... In addition to Steve's...

    Me Either...

    In addition to Steve's information, It's my understanding that another reason they dont match is that Piper used a "First In" - "Last Out" for the fuselage inventory. So the next...
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    I would not bother.... Blast it well, Clean it...

    I would not bother.... Blast it well, Clean it well, then paint/powdwercoat it well. Only lubricate it after cover and paint.
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    https://www.supercub.org/forum/showthread.php?3688...

    https://www.supercub.org/forum/showthread.php?36884-Belly-pod-for-a-wide-body&p=809634&viewfull=1#post809634
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    In the nicest possible way, that's a bad idea but...

    In the nicest possible way, that's a bad idea but your choice. If your mechanic is onboard with this solution then I completely understand why they were "scratching their head".... Good Luck. I hope...
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    Did the liner tube come out when the wires were...

    Did the liner tube come out when the wires were replaced? This is the kind of stuff I've seen before with an extra hole. It would actually be kind of hard to get it that far out without the front...
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    That right there is a reason to do anything ........

    That right there is a reason to do anything ..... Cash in the MEMORY Bank is more valuable than cash in the MONEY bank......
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    Bob - Sure that's possible but dont forget there...

    Bob - Sure that's possible but dont forget there are also bottom wires. Regardless, to suggest that the vertical stab movement is part of the problem is wrong. The root of the problem is very clear,...
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    Let me clarify... The HORIZONTAL stab should not...

    Let me clarify... The HORIZONTAL stab should not have that movement even without the vertical stab in the tailpost. The problem is VERY clear. The vertical stab, or the brace wires have nothing to...
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    Think of it this way... The fuselage has a...

    Think of it this way...

    The fuselage has a rear horizontal stab support that is FIXED. The liner tube should be drilled to have a very minimal lateral movement (Only enough required to allow for...
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    yes - I dont have the time or energy to go...

    yes - I dont have the time or energy to go through the effort of doing all that work just to get a bent up & used gasket....
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    Me either. Lots of loose attach bolts...but not...

    Me either. Lots of loose attach bolts...but not many broken pins.
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