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    Welding on structure constitutes a major...

    Welding on structure constitutes a major repair/modification. Installing a steel tab with a bolt does not.

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    SOMEONE explain why a lifting eye needs a field...

    SOMEONE explain why a lifting eye needs a field approval or PMA, etc?

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    Hey Gerry To do the heat shrink splice: Place a...

    Hey Gerry
    To do the heat shrink splice: Place a clean, cut, end of the new (or sacrificial) cable, butted up against a clean, cut end of the original cable. Slide a piece of heat shrink over this...
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    I like the Sky-Tec HT as it allows you to get rid...

    I like the Sky-Tec HT as it allows you to get rid of the hole in the nose bowl where the original starter nose poked through. Just keep in mind that any of the small starters need perfectly clean...
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    Not many problems with the EarthX. The only...

    Not many problems with the EarthX. The only smoking battery that I know about, up here, happened immediately after installation. My money says that was due to man made issues. As to simplicity, the...
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    Why? Web

    Why?

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    Are those storm clouds in the distance? Web

    Are those storm clouds in the distance?

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    Ya got me on that one SJ. I've been trying to...

    Ya got me on that one SJ. I've been trying to take a pic with the frame the other way. But every time I try, my coffee runs out of the mug.

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    Just another early winter day, lol. Web

    Just another early winter day, lol.

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    [QUOTE=Bill Rusk;760363]. . . I have heard they...

    [QUOTE=Bill Rusk;760363]. . . I have heard they can be a significant factor, . . .

    That's like saying that the Pope is mildly catholic.

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    XP1 Micro Start works well. Also has lots of...

    XP1 Micro Start works well. Also has lots of adapters to recharge your phone, sat phone, Ipod, etc. If you need a 24 volt jump pack, look for one called a Goliath.

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    Oh come on Jake! Those hours of wiring are how I...

    Oh come on Jake! Those hours of wiring are how I make my living!

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    All good points, but I am still suspicious of the...

    All good points, but I am still suspicious of the locations of the units/antennas. I've seen to many avionics problems approached with an excess of science when a minimum of common sense was all that...
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    Is there a possibility of a position problem?...

    Is there a possibility of a position problem? They are mounted on one wing tip or on the tail. Is the airframe shadowing them? In other words, if the interrogation signal is coming from the left and...
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    Look up the thread size of the AN plug or the...

    Look up the thread size of the AN plug or the brass adapter.

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    Another tip for tail lights/strobes. Drill the...

    Another tip for tail lights/strobes. Drill the mounting holes and install 4-40 nutserts. That will allow you to mount your light assembly with machine screws instead of PK screws.

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    So . . . . Lucky or unlucky? Web

    So . . . . Lucky or unlucky?

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    Lot quicker than using a die grinder and file....

    Lot quicker than using a die grinder and file. Will adjusting the depth of cut be enough to avoid hole in the fabric?

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    It would be an enormous step drill. And I don't...

    It would be an enormous step drill. And I don't think the steps would be deep enough. I.e., when you are drilling the deepest part of the ring, to the correct size, the larger steps would be drilling...
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    How about protecting the fabric as the saw goes...

    How about protecting the fabric as the saw goes through the ring? Maybe depth control?

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    Mike Maybe use the mounting screw holes for...

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    Maybe use the mounting screw holes for locator pins? I was thinking of a steel plate drilled to allow the hole saw through, with a locator pin pressed in place on each side, to fit into the...
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    If you are considering ADS-B in a small panel,...

    If you are considering ADS-B in a small panel, consider the Trig TT22.

    Soap Box Moment;
    Most small panels, like Cub panels, were never intended for 'square' avionics (anything with a tray). That...
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    Light is light. If incandescents reflect, then...

    Light is light. If incandescents reflect, then LEDs reflect. So don't move them to close, inboard. If you decide to keep the lights in the wing, it sounds like the only choice will be to move them...
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    Oh! And don't forget to ask for the toaster. ...

    Oh! And don't forget to ask for the toaster.

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    Play along with him. Arrange to inspect the...

    Play along with him. Arrange to inspect the engine in OK. 'Wave the money' under his nose and keep him moving. Could be fun.

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