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    NEVER paint an antenna. Web

    NEVER paint an antenna.

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    That copper line is routinely replaced. I prefer...

    That copper line is routinely replaced. I prefer these smaller diameter type hoses as they take up less room than the old school hoses and they are flexible, unlike the hard line.

    Of course, you...
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    Was the liner tube stuck inside this? Was it...

    Was the liner tube stuck inside this? Was it driven out or was it removed by hand?

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    Hey SJ You know the lake is right there, at...

    Hey SJ

    You know the lake is right there, at New Holstein.

    Just sayin' . . . .

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    Those people don't need an excuse to complain...

    Those people don't need an excuse to complain about 'guns!'.

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    Like he's going to tell that girl 'no'. Web

    Like he's going to tell that girl 'no'.

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  7. Thread: Oil Screen

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    B&C has it's own gasket. Casper uses the Lycoming...

    B&C has it's own gasket. Casper uses the Lycoming gasket.

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    That's the only type of compass that works well...

    That's the only type of compass that works well in a ferrous metal aircraft.

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    Safety first! Check the carbon monoxide detector....

    Safety first! Check the carbon monoxide detector. Then check that the scat tubes are connected correctly. The fact that you lose cabin heat when you pull for carb heat makes me wonder.

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    Sorry, but a Garand can be manipulated with one...

    Sorry, but a Garand can be manipulated with one hand. Not pretty, occasionally painful, but can and has been done.

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    Correct about wig-wag two lights close together....

    Correct about wig-wag two lights close together. If you have two lights in each wing you'd need to figure a way to flash both lights in each wing, alternating wings, or all four on/off together.
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    Stud remover for broken fitting (threads left in...

    Stud remover for broken fitting (threads left in place).

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    Is there a list we can download? lol Web

    Is there a list we can download? lol

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    What, exactly, are you looking to do? Your...

    What, exactly, are you looking to do? Your original post says you are looking for the weighted balancing pads. The description clearly states that they are used to pre balance a tire. This means that...
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    Just to be safe, prepare a few expletives and...

    Just to be safe, prepare a few expletives and keep them at the ready.

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  16. Thread: Be aware

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    How do they fold those things up?! Web

    How do they fold those things up?!

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    The type certificate requirements are non...

    The type certificate requirements are non arguable. They must be installed

    Show me, in CAR 3, where any other instrument panel item requires an 'approval'. As for the physical install, if it does...
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    As long as you have all type certificate required...

    As long as you have all type certificate required instruments installed, it's legal to install the 'other stuff'. After all, it's for reference only, right?

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    Maule tester is actually appropriate for any...

    Maule tester is actually appropriate for any typical fabric. All fabric must maintain 75%(I believe that's the correct %) or better, strength of old cotton. As long as it passes the Maule punch, it...
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    Do a google search for 'tire balance patches'. ...

    Do a google search for 'tire balance patches'.

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    Possibly for nav. But what about engine...

    Possibly for nav. But what about engine instruments? Also, I agree with Skywagon, 1 hour is not enough backup time. Backup power needs to hold out as long as the fuel load.

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    Not sure about the cheaper, but definitely...

    Not sure about the cheaper, but definitely lighter. All that electrical stuff, time to start thinking about a back up battery system to keep it on line during an electrical emergency.

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  23. Thread: Tool Advice

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    The Snap-On socket I referenced above is 1/2"...

    The Snap-On socket I referenced above is 1/2" drive. Most that will work on aircraft plugs are, from what I've seen. Nothing wrong with that, but I usually use a 1/2" to 3/8" adapter just because I...
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    I've used a Snap-On socket for about 450 years...

    I've used a Snap-On socket for about 450 years with mostly good service (always an exception). The part number is S6106K. It's deep enough to go over the shroud of the plug and it has a hex drive...
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    I'd like to hear more. Most guys seem to like...

    I'd like to hear more. Most guys seem to like them. What, specifically, didn't you like?

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