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    It's good info to go along with the stuff in the...

    It's good info to go along with the stuff in the AC-16, called out above. The reading walks you through what was originally intended and then on to techniques that work for 'repaired' aircraft.
    I...
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    Original service memos. Web

    Original service memos.

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  3. . . . . huh . . .purple hair . . . . Web

    . . . . huh . . .purple hair . . . .

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    Level the fuselage first, THEN the instrument....

    Level the fuselage first, THEN the instrument. It's just a convenient way of making sure the ball will track accurately.

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  5. I wouldn't have noticed you flying around either....

    I wouldn't have noticed you flying around either.

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    If the fuselage is level, the firewall is...

    If the fuselage is level, the firewall is vertical.

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    For anyone that has questions about exactly WHAT...

    For anyone that has questions about exactly WHAT makes an ADS-B system and is to embarrassed to ask;

    ADS-B out is, in effect, a mode S transponder with a WAAS gps location signal piggy backed...
  8. Lol! I sure miss Hermann. I remember being...

    Lol! I sure miss Hermann. I remember being 'interrogated' each time I'd have to ask him to make a part for an airplane.

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  9. My opinion. If you already have 31" tires,...

    My opinion.

    If you already have 31" tires, stick with standard legs. Tall tires and long legs make the cockpit crazy high to climb into/out of. If you need that last three inches of prop...
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    I, also, agree with George. If you don't need it...

    I, also, agree with George. If you don't need it (or any other item) don't hang it on your airplane.

    If you do decide you need it, ask yourself if you want to go with 978 mhz or 1090 mhz. 978 mhz...
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    Woops! Let me try this again! Web

    Woops! Let me try this again! Web
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    Might want to rethink that routing. The idea is...

    Might want to rethink that routing. The idea is to keep the entire run heading 'downhill' all the way to the gascolator. I've attached a pic of the stock fuel selector. If you look at the tee for the...
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    Best one for Cub type panels is the Trig TT22....

    Best one for Cub type panels is the Trig TT22. Has a small control head that mounts like a small instrument. This eliminates the tray used for items like your KT-76A (panel was never designed to...
  14. If you do not want to ship it, find a shop that...

    If you do not want to ship it, find a shop that repairs older automotive instruments. That's all these gauges are, after all.

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  15. You might be looking at $100 or more for...

    You might be looking at $100 or more for gaskets. Why spend that much on gaskets when $300 will give you a safer higher quality item? It's your wallet.

    If you look at this parts diagram, it looks...
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    CRES = corrosion resistant steel. I.e, stainless...

    CRES = corrosion resistant steel. I.e, stainless steel.

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    Look at their website. It's probably either the...

    Look at their website. It's probably either the SA3-00 or the SA3-00-A. It would be best to call them and explain your exact setup with fuel lines, primer system, etc., and get their recommendation....
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    15 watts is a HUGE power output. Most com radios...

    15 watts is a HUGE power output. Most com radios for aircraft are in the 5 to 6 watt range. FM/marine radios tend to be higher power, I believe, to help with performance, as higher frequency radios...
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    That design of the ACS style was an improvement...

    That design of the ACS style was an improvement over the older, glass, gascolators. They use a pressed, sheet metal bowl, held in place by a wire bail and sealed with a cork or fiber gasket. Compare...
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    You're among friends Mike. Relax and tell us how...

    You're among friends Mike. Relax and tell us how you really feel about gascolators.

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    Already tried. See OP. Web

    Already tried. See OP.

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    Hey LanaT Please let us know what the problem...

    Hey LanaT

    Please let us know what the problem turned out to be. The info on the troubleshooting process and the ultimate fix is extremely helpful to others here that may run across similar...
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    When you consider Technisonic or NAT radios, it's...

    When you consider Technisonic or NAT radios, it's usually because there is a mandate from some outside entity. The only times I install these is when they are used in aircraft that do contract work...
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    What kind of 'approval' do you think it requires?...

    What kind of 'approval' do you think it requires? Mounting a radio in an instrument panel is not a major alteration. And show me the requirement for a radio to be STC'd or TSO'd.

    As for the...
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    How would a stuck valve show when running on both...

    How would a stuck valve show when running on both mags but not on a single mag?

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