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    The fuse, I use the JP to power projects up in...

    The fuse,
    I use the JP to power projects up in the shop as well as starting vehicles, If I recall a tool or material got in where it did not belong, One of my workers did that one such that I do...
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    Years back I did not have good luck with...

    Years back I did not have good luck with Anti-Gravity products in road race cars, but allot has changed in a decade and hope they have too.
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    Me too, I wanna know since my EX jump pack packed...

    Me too, I wanna know since my EX jump pack packed it in and I have no desire for their 24V one at that price.
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    I commonly replace the fuse on my Jump pack. It...

    I commonly replace the fuse on my Jump pack. It needs to be soldered in, obviously. The fuse is a 400A stereo fuse.
    Once you have had one replacement you can then renovate the smoked one.
    But it is...
  5. Hadn't Really thought about it that way.

    Hadn't Really thought about it that way.
  6. In the past I had reverse engineered parts that...

    In the past I had reverse engineered parts that were un-obtainable and no drawings available.
  7. That was a long long time ago when the crap of...

    That was a long long time ago when the crap of the last decade or so that took the Scouts down was not even imagined.
    Even I was a scout in the early-mid 60s. Got in my way of getting things done. I...
  8. As a scratch builder, measure the width and wall...

    As a scratch builder, measure the width and wall thickness and look into what is available in 4130 box tube. You can then build them with taller flanges in the middle and equal or next dimension...
  9. I started out in the Scouts in the early '60s on...

    I started out in the Scouts in the early '60s on the shoreline of Conn. There was something I found very uncomfortable in that group. Nothing ever directly at or near me but I would say I barely...
  10. Ahh, I recall hearing that, I still lack trust in...

    Ahh, I recall hearing that, I still lack trust in them no matter what attorney they hide behind.
  11. I am an EAA chapter leader and head of our YE...

    I am an EAA chapter leader and head of our YE program. We are very cautious selecting any of which camps or organizations we will fly for. Boy Scouts, not a chance ever. If their youth want a ride,...
  12. Thread: People

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    Thank you for that Pete, we need this.

    Thank you for that Pete, we need this.
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    The wall thickness is a very important dimension...

    The wall thickness is a very important dimension here.
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    Yes

    Yes
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    As Glenn is alluding to, these engines are not...

    As Glenn is alluding to, these engines are not and were never designed for 100LL. Keep the alcohol and other chemicals away from these engines and they are extremely reliable. If a mechanic is...
  16. And is just what I have chosen to do, I am using...

    And is just what I have chosen to do, I am using the largest since I will be building with a single strut unless the design changes.
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    I am building them in my plane and have built two...

    I am building them in my plane and have built two EX planes with them in the past with very good results. But no direct hands on with a Cub.
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    Cool, I am somewhat active with EAA Ch 1375 down...

    Cool, I am somewhat active with EAA Ch 1375 down south of you and am Pres of 968 at KRUT. My build has been slowed by another time eating project. I need to get back to it.
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    East Wallingford, southeast of Rutland.

    East Wallingford, southeast of Rutland.
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    No STC are required in the EX world but they are...

    No STC are required in the EX world but they are a good engineering reference for changes.
    Generally it is the flaps that get extended with the ailerons being moved outboard.
  21. I am building with aluminum struts with the...

    I am building with aluminum struts with the cables running within them. The cables will be coated and sleeved so they can not harm the struts.
    Are your struts in such bad condition they can not be...
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    Can't imagine doing that....

    Can't imagine doing that.
    https://www.supercub.org/forum/showthread.php?50556-J-4-project-3-14159265359&p=775152&viewfull=1#post775152
  23. Thread: Spark plugs

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    Looks like he is checking with an ohm meter and...

    Looks like he is checking with an ohm meter and not sparking them on a tester.
    Most people do not check them with a meter cause they will see how inconsistent they are.
  24. Normally one would square off the aft portion of...

    Normally one would square off the aft portion of the tip allowing the aileron to remain essentially stock. Yes you could round off the outer portion of the aileron but you might want to calculate the...
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    Torqued as in twisted or deformed? Need to see...

    Torqued as in twisted or deformed?
    Need to see who drove the most recent truckload of packages to it.
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