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    We are talking about different steps. I assumed...

    We are talking about different steps. I assumed they were float steps as I noted in post #3. The Cessna steps are oval. The EDO steps are round.
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    All of the many new ones I've installed since...

    All of the many new ones I've installed since 1970 have been round. I can't vouch for any produced prior to then.
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    That is your answer.

    That is your answer.
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    I made my own from flat bent up stainless. The...

    I made my own from flat bent up stainless. The original is round tubing not teardrop shaped.
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    Thank you for saying this hotrod. That is a...

    Thank you for saying this hotrod. That is a natural unconscious tendency of most people, even when they deny it. Knowing that tendency exists is my major objection to installing the equipment. There...
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    Make certain there is corrosion proofing material...

    Make certain there is corrosion proofing material placed inside prior to installing. Those steps like to rust from the inside out, letting you down when you don't need to be let down. EDO called them...
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    Explorer, This plane is new to you? Is there...

    Explorer, This plane is new to you? Is there something wrong with the existing prop which requires it's replacement? Long ago I installed a set of floats on the first 8GCBC in New England. When I...
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    There are some things which are don't ask don't...

    There are some things which are don't ask don't tell. This is one of them. Where do you think the chain comes from?
    https://www.acehardware.com/departments/hardware/chain-and-rope/chain/5387188
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    Don't you have a drill?

    Don't you have a drill?
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    Look here for starters....

    Look here for starters. https://www.faa.gov/other_visit/aviation_industry/designees_delegations/find_designees/
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    Based upon some recent accident reports, there...

    Based upon some recent accident reports, there are some who definitely you do not want to ride with.
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    Will this work? $0.30 ea....

    Will this work? $0.30 ea.
    https://www.mfrexpress.com/quick-link/417-1-8-quick-link-steel-zinc-plated.html
  13. Those were the days. I picked up a brand spanky...

    Those were the days. I picked up a brand spanky new 180 at the factory in Wichita for $24k. Those days are long gone never to return.
  14. Just the engine is $51k...

    Just the engine is $51k http://www.airpowerinc.com/productcart/pc/TCEngineDetail.asp?catID=69&prodID=24131 You are way low Bob, time marches on. ;-)
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    Had a mag failure on a charter in a 250 Comanche,...

    Had a mag failure on a charter in a 250 Comanche, flew all the way home (2 plus hours) on one mag with no adverse effects. The only problem with one mag is that we are all used to flying with two....
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    Why are you increasing horsepower and reducing...

    Why are you increasing horsepower and reducing prop pitch????? If anything, the pitch should increase.
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    Charlie, I agree with you that should not...

    Charlie, I agree with you that should not destroy, should not collapse, should have been designed, should not buckle in flight ought to be designed into an airplane. However show me in CAR 3 and CAR...
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    Charlie, You know that the engineering is done...

    Charlie, You know that the engineering is done for the flight loads, not crash damaging loads. You are mixing apples and oranges.
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    This picture?...

    This picture? https://www.supercub.org/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=49673&d=1593109428

    The buckling was prevented at the compression rib. The buckling which did occur was caused by an outside...
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    Actually it is the compression ribs which control...

    Actually it is the compression ribs which control the twist. The ribs only hold the fabric shape.
  21. Several layers.

    Several layers.
  22. Only a small place showing cords? Fly it to it's...

    Only a small place showing cords? Fly it to it's new home where the new owner can cut off the tire since it is to be replaced anyway.
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    That makes me wonder how long he left it on just...

    That makes me wonder how long he left it on just one mag? Most people will not run an engine for an extended period of time on just one mag. The boogy man might get them. ;-)
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    https://www.supercub.org/forum/attachment.php?atta...

    https://www.supercub.org/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=50266&d=1596208544&thumb=1 What size are the bolt holes? What is the spacing across the ends? What is the diameter of the bend? Since there...
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    A intermittent leaky intake valve will cause a...

    A intermittent leaky intake valve will cause a stumble. A stuck open intake valve will cause the engine to quit, suddenly. Then after a seeming very long period of time the engine will restart as...
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