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    CAC in Wasilla DENNY

    CAC in Wasilla
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    Air in the oil cooler is a definite possibility...

    Air in the oil cooler is a definite possibility (I did not notice it) and the cheapest thing I can think of to fix. Disconnect the highest line and cooler from mount stand cooler on edge so all air...
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    Skywagon8 That would sound a lot better. ...

    Skywagon8
    That would sound a lot better.

    Schwarz
    I don't see a lot of CHT probes how are you getting that reading. Is that just one cylinder?
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    Skywagon8 He has the 370-380 temps at 2,100...

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    He has the 370-380 temps at 2,100 RPM. I could see that happening at 2,500 RPM, but at 2100 he should be a lot lower even with the high ambient temps. I am not a fan of silicone...
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    CHT's of 370-380 is hot. You need better engine...

    CHT's of 370-380 is hot. You need better engine cooling to solve your problem. Seaplane lip, bigger cheeks, check mag timing, and carb is what you need to look at. I would also go to viscosity...
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    Back to the original question. In Alaska that...

    Back to the original question. In Alaska that prop would be called a "Ferry prop" to get your PA 18-160 back home so you can get your spare 82-43 Borer. :oops:
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    I think it is a great idea. like the others have...

    I think it is a great idea. like the others have said, you could mount a I-pad with Foreflight/synthetic vision on the back of the seat. That way even if the back seater is not flying you have a...
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    Working great in Alaska! Thanks for all your...

    Working great in Alaska! Thanks for all your hard work!
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    Here is some info. ...

    Here is some info. https://www.sensenich.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Repairs_Trouble_Shooting_Repitch_Limits_1303228075.pdf
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  10. Steve You know all 4 exhaust guides will be...

    Steve
    You know all 4 exhaust guides will be badly worn with that many hours. You can wait until one of the others miss-seats the valve or snaps a valve and puts you in a tree or the river. So just...
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    Everybody has to do what works for them. I am...

    Everybody has to do what works for them. I am somewhat concerned that the system is going to move from ground based to sat based requiring different equipment. Some venders have stuff that will...
  12. Thread: New to this

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    You need to find an IA that has cub experience. ...

    You need to find an IA that has cub experience. Dan would be great. You will find a lot of money pits and problem cubs that look nice but will cost you a lot in the long run. Extended baggage and...
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    They do help I have a set of mesh covers with...

    They do help I have a set of mesh covers with lift spoilers on them, but you still need a good tie down when the wind blows hard.
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  14. Thread: wind damage.

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    Sorry:oops: I missed the NEW MEXICO part. What...

    Sorry:oops: I missed the NEW MEXICO part. What city.
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  15. Thread: wind damage.

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    I would suggest that you put add a location....

    I would suggest that you put add a location.
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    AOSS is one of the best bangs for the buck when...

    AOSS is one of the best bangs for the buck when it comes to certified aircraft. You can get a bounce of of them but you have to work at it real hard. If you can manage a halfway decent landing the...
  17. I learned to fly in a pacer and my usual approach...

  18. My usual canyon turn is not like described in the...

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  20. Excellent discussion on the issues involved in...

  21. Depends on the mission. How much brush are you...

    Depends on the mission. How much brush are you going to be cutting, are you going to be slinging a lot of mud into the prop, do you do brake lock takeoff on gravel. If so go with a metal prop. If...
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    That would be a money pit fuselage:-). Lots of...

    That would be a money pit fuselage:-). Lots of people see them but don't know what it really is, often go by the names of great deal/steal/bargin/simple project. Some even have wings on and are...
  23. Thread: New Cessnas?

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    I hope it works for him and his clients. The one...

    I hope it works for him and his clients. The one thing he has done over most all other build/rebuild offers on the market is give a realistic finished out the door price. People are rebuilding...
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    My cub will fly all day with a 1,000 lb + load at...

    My cub will fly all day with a 1,000 lb + load at 45 mph. Start from that and go up.
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    I usually don't tie my cub down when camping, I...

    I usually don't tie my cub down when camping, I usually just turn tailwheel 90 degrees, but if I do ( 20 mph and greater wind) it is with duckbills. If I was to go to a mowed strip I would consider...
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