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    It depends on what you're wanting to bond, and...

    It depends on what you're wanting to bond, and what the loads/environment are. I've also used 3M 5200 successfully (in non-aero applications), but it could work very well, depending on what you're...
  2. Way to go Ted! I'm in for a few calendars again....

    Way to go Ted! I'm in for a few calendars again.

    Thanks. cubscout
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    If my memory serves, the Skyranger is a...

    If my memory serves, the Skyranger is a derivative of a late 1930's Rearwin design, probably on the same Type Certificate. A former Luscombe partner of mine bought one in the late '70's, but didn't...
  4. Windy, what flavour of cylinders did you have on...

    Windy, what flavour of cylinders did you have on your first-run 0-360? DANG! I wish I flew as much as you do.

    Thanks. cubscout
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    To expand a little on what MTV said above, "I...

    To expand a little on what MTV said above, "I have ave found that, in general, closely following the manufacturers recommended procedures is a good place to start." (I always pay close attention to...
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    lakeboarder, now there's a blast from the past...

    lakeboarder, now there's a blast from the past for me: That's the very Supercub I got checked out in, 1967. It was A.N. yellow on Irish linen cover at that time, no radio whatsoever. The...
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    Aerographics. And they can customize text, size,...

    Aerographics. And they can customize text, size, colours as needed, but an extensive list of OEM placards and markings, and personal service:

    http://www.aerographics.com/

    Thanks. cubscout
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    Easy question, easy answer: The one in the...

    Easy question, easy answer: The one in the supercub hat or the NBWA hat, with sunglasses on.

    Thanks. cubscout
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    sjohnson, I know some Supercubbers who are...

    sjohnson, I know some Supercubbers who are bonded, and certifiable, but I'm not sure the terms of their release permit them to travel outside of[insert your favorite, of many jurisdictions here]. Do...
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    I was wondering about the crinkled tickets too. ...

    I was wondering about the crinkled tickets too. But in years past, Windy has always put some special stickum on my tickets to make sure they stuck to the drawing hat, not the drawERS hand. Pretty...
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    Big thanks to Bill Rusk for the excellent...

    Big thanks to Bill Rusk for the excellent hospitality at Popular Grove, catching up, and meeting of the great neighbours there. We'll probably be back in a couple months.

    Thanks. cubscout
  12. When I saw the thread title I thought it might...

    When I saw the thread title I thought it might refer to the official Safety Meeting fluid around Longmont, CO:
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    Scaled Composites Stratolaunch flies!

    I know it ain't a 'cub, but congratulations to the entire team at Scaled Composites for a successful first flight. I know there are at least a couple team members who frequent this site.
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    Excellent advice there from Bill. ummm, that`s...

    Excellent advice there from Bill. ummm, that`s probably why I didn`t fly my delightful Ka6 enough, though some good XC's.

    Thanks. cubscout
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    ron, what is your tailspring width? Tost offers...

    ron, what is your tailspring width? Tost offers EASA approved kits for Supercub/Husky with 1-1/4" wide tailspring; or Pawnee with 1-3/4" (from memory), which have same attach bolt spacing, but...
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    We're going to be at Poplar Grove too, probably...

    We're going to be at Poplar Grove too, probably Friday 4.05-Tuesday 4.09.19. Probably tied up all of Saturday, 4.06.19, but also interested in seeing once again what all's going on.

    Thanks. ...
  17. Or perhaps maybe a Murphy Rebel Elite? I know of...

    Or perhaps maybe a Murphy Rebel Elite? I know of an 85% completed kit that will be on the market soon.

    Thanks. cubscout
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    SJ even helped wash. Ummm, Steve Pierce I know...

    SJ even helped wash.

    Ummm, Steve Pierce I know you can spell better than that: Judging by the picture, I'm sure you meant "watch", not "wash." :lol:

    Thanks. cubscout
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    Farmboy, there actually was an STC for a two-seat...

    Farmboy, there actually was an STC for a two-seat conversion for the PA-25 Pawnee, presumably for training; an improvement over the "checkpilot" sitting in the hopper making hand gestures perhaps. ...
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    So SJ, I see that you're now flying a...

    So SJ, I see that you're now flying a de-registered Christen Eagle II. That's quite a panel for one of those :lol:

    Thanks. cubscout
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    Here's an image of that VERY nice big-engine...

    Here's an image of that VERY nice big-engine Pawnee that rotates on the website opening page:

    http://www.supercub.org/rotater/2017/2017SCIA_284.jpg

    Thanks. cubscout
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    Steve, I've tried drilling through the spring...

    Steve, I've tried drilling through the spring tab, and have broken the bits, but admittedly I'm not that great with sharp tools. Any secrets here? Fortunately the cubscout 'Cub came back from...
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    Bald head, it's been done in the U.S. with PA-25...

    Bald head, it's been done in the U.S. with PA-25 Pawnee. In the ~1990's the Fixed Base Operator in Taos, NM had a succession of glider tugs. With field elevation 7094'/2162 metres, Density Altitude...
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    Great advice from WhiskeyMike. And +1 on a...

    Great advice from WhiskeyMike. And +1 on a Clipper vs a Cirrus--unless it's a Schempp-Hirth Cirrus sailplane ;-). And speaking of which, here's a link to soaring/glider operations in the U.S.:
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    From a 2003 string on this forum: Bob...

    From a 2003 string on this forum:
    Bob VanTreese

    http://www.supercub.org/forum/images/statusicon/user-offline.png

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