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  1. Just try to imagine the story that the little...

    Just try to imagine the story that the little bear cub tells........ " There I was, minding my own business, and.....





    Glenn
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    That's exactly what happened in 1947/48 with the...

    That's exactly what happened in 1947/48 with the small airplane market in the toilet. Bill Piper and Dave Long Designed the " ninety day wonder" from napkin drawing to first flight from material...
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    J4E wings, 16 rib also Glenn

    J4E wings, 16 rib also

    Glenn
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    Great B-17 story

    Doesn't Hartman live by Miles City?

    This is a great story. Imagine how this would go today?
    Short bit of history that I bet you never knew. Great story!



    During the dead of...
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    I actually prefer the control I have with 2WD in...

    I actually prefer the control I have with 2WD in snow.

    Glenn
  6. Welcome Nick, do it now before you develop all...

    Welcome Nick, do it now before you develop all those bad nose dragger habits ;-)

    Glenn
  7. Thread: Bushwheels

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    EX Pa18/0200 going from 800x4 about 5mph, going...

    EX Pa18/0200 going from 800x4 about 5mph, going from 25x11x4 about 3 mph. But 31s are heavy, added about 75' to my TO Roll

    Glenn
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    PIO= pilot induced osolation Glenn PS, I...

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    What's wrong with aluminum angle? Glenn

    What's wrong with aluminum angle?

    Glenn
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    50/50 mix of turps and linseen rejuvenates dry...

    50/50 mix of turps and linseen rejuvenates dry old wood. Window sash, sills.....

    Glenn
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    The back of most floatplanes drain..... forward....

    The back of most floatplanes drain..... forward. Yup, tail is higher then belly. Pour some water in an inspection hole in the back and watch where it settles, then melt some holes in the fabric in...
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    When I worked at Rhinebeck we mixed it with some...

    When I worked at Rhinebeck we mixed it with some turpintine to make it a little thinner. Then heated it up so we could paint it on. More like Cosmoline when it cools.

    Glenn
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    What ever system you put up front it won't be...

    What ever system you put up front it won't be complete till you add a T3

    Glenn
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    Keeping the dream alive

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    Life's tough... wear a cup;-) Glenn

    Life's tough... wear a cup;-)

    Glenn
  16. Mine are open all the time. That's why you wear a...

    Mine are open all the time. That's why you wear a seatbelt

    Glenn
  17. If your in a gritty inviorment then oil it. I...

    If your in a gritty inviorment then oil it. I like dry paper elements on my land plane. My J4 on floats hasn't had any filter on it for 14 years now. Eats bugs and rain/snow just fine. I like the...
  18. " Pam" Glenn

    " Pam"

    Glenn
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    Cool, OX hotrod, hand/crank propping it? Glenn

    Cool, OX hotrod, hand/crank propping it?

    Glenn
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    Raquette Lk 51424 Stopped at Jeff's on way...

    Raquette Lk

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    Stopped at Jeff's on way home

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    Easy to check whenever you want ...

    Easy to check whenever you want
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    Remember that the taller the landing gear the...

    Remember that the taller the landing gear the greater the prop angle is. Prop at the 6 o'clock position might be 1 to 2' closer to your legs then the 9 o'clock position if your out front

    Glenn
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    I've owned a Pa11/18-95 type for over 26 years. I...

    I've owned a Pa11/18-95 type for over 26 years. I sometimes thought I wanted a bigger fuel supply, but 3000 hrs later the single tank 3 hrs flying time works just fine. I throw a couple 2.5 cans in...
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    51353 Pietenpol technology Glenn

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    Pietenpol technology

    Glenn
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    The 1940s design is still here because it still...

    The 1940s design is still here because it still works just fine.

    Glenn
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