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    CAD = cardboard aided design

    CAD = cardboard aided design
  2. Also want to mention, in case it's not obvious...

    Also want to mention, in case it's not obvious that you should turn off the anonymous mode until you've successfully gotten a passing PAPR.

    I am inside a mode C veil and we have good ground based...
  3. 350k is a LOT of hull coverage and a LOT of...

    350k is a LOT of hull coverage and a LOT of airplane. That will never be cheap to insure. It's not just loss rates that are up - the plane valuations are through the roof. Time was you could build...
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    Welp... it's been 10 years... and the O-470...

    Welp... it's been 10 years... and the O-470 ain't quite the dinosaur that those Compaq Luggables have become.

    What's the current thinking around engine options for an early 180 (say '55)? I am...
  5. I'm glad that people that need them (to feel...

    I'm glad that people that need them (to feel comfortable) can now get a nosewheel version. Do I think they will bring down insurance rates for those of us in tailwheel? Absolutely not, that horse is...
  6. Our glider towing operation installed 3 uavionix...

    Our glider towing operation installed 3 uavionix skybeacons (on the wing), one of which was in a PA-18. 2 of the 3 failed in the first 2 years of operation. Both were out of warranty, but after a...
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    I didn't think you could spray with experimental...

    I didn't think you could spray with experimental aircraft under part 137. How will that work? I thought it had to be restricted category, certificated aircraft.

    If it's experimental you can make...
  8. The NAAA has a member directory - membership is...

    The NAAA has a member directory - membership is cheap and you get access to other local members for mentorship. It's networking season for most of the country and the state and national conventions...
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    Have you called Clyde? If drawings exist he, or...

    Have you called Clyde? If drawings exist he, or Univair have copies.

    https://www.cubdoctor.com/services-3/index.html
  10. I had my j3 tach rebuilt at keystone instruments...

    I had my j3 tach rebuilt at keystone instruments in lockhaven, pa a number of years ago and had a good experience. I talked to Clyde Smith, Jr. just 2 weeks ago at a restoration seminar here in...
  11. Do you want to be seen on the fish finder, or...

    Do you want to be seen on the fish finder, or not? If you thought it was valuable enough to do adsb-in, why would you not want to show up on other peoples screens?

    I know this is not a popular...
  12. I personally wouldn't do it unless I lived and...

    I personally wouldn't do it unless I lived and flew a lot under a mode c veil. Unless everybody is using it, it really isn't that useful.... unless you really want to be flying high up where...
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    For hangar use or for backcountry use? If...

    For hangar use or for backcountry use?


    If you have an AC outlet to provide the juice, then an electric pre-heater is the way to go - Tanis makes awesome kit that heats from the inside out and...
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    I can tell you the difference between 900# cub...

    I can tell you the difference between 900# cub and a 1100# is astronomical. Like with a capital A.

    For light weight stuff, you gotta make real sacrifices - which also saves money - like leaving...
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    I've flown my skywagon almost 200 hours in the...

    I've flown my skywagon almost 200 hours in the last year, and another 150 of pawnees, cubs, and land-o-matic planes with training wheels with glassy shiny lighty things with otto-thing-ma-bobs and a...
  16. Anything relating to a 3 degree glideslope is...

  17. Vso, in spite of it being a published, fixed...

  18. Steep, stabilized approach at 1.3Vso... This is...

  19. Also you don't have to look at "old" cleveland...

    Also you don't have to look at "old" cleveland parts catalog. Parker now owns Cleveland and all this stuff is still supported. Look at the current Cleveland catalog to understand the application:
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  20. Sorta. If the STC is approved and written with...

    Sorta. If the STC is approved and written with language that says it requires a permission letter with a serial number for the aircraft (like all Garmins do), then it's a forever patent. But for...
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    I put one of these Advanced Aircraft Electronics...

    I put one of these Advanced Aircraft Electronics antennas mounted temporarily with zip ties in my nordo J3C and used a sportys handheld which had both com and nav functionality. Receive was okay,...
  22. There's another seminar this weekend, September...

    There's another seminar this weekend, September 16-19 at Univair in Aurora, CO (Denver). I'm planning to be there.
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    How does one check our carbs for leaks? remove...

    How does one check our carbs for leaks? remove it and send it to an overhaul shop? Is that the same as sending it in for overhaul?
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    Prop is for sure driving. RPM is still well over...

    Prop is for sure driving. RPM is still well over 1000 even more with throttle all the way back. I guess that explains it for me.


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  25. Why do you have pipe dope, plastics and epoxy...

    Why do you have pipe dope, plastics and epoxy resins in your fuel system? Isn't that stuff well known to be a problem? My fuel system (certified admittedly) has rubber and aluminum lines and...
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