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  1. I can address some of the last questions however,...

    I can address some of the last questions however, when flying I don't think you can say it is a static condition. The smart ones can answer the first part. If you change the pitch of the prop work...
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    That is not a good flying airplane, it is a GREAT...

    That is not a good flying airplane, it is a GREAT flying airplane!! I won this year at Skwentna because he did not make it in to spank me!! That picture is of a 24/7 365 day of the year Alaska ...
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    Put the front seat back as far as it will go then...

    Put the front seat back as far as it will go then see if the stick will hit the seat back. Make sure you all the usual stuff you carry in the seat back pouch if you have one. Bend only as much as...
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    Just because it is not my money, I would consider...

    Just because it is not my money, I would consider a 0360 over with stock pistons over a 0320 with high compression pistons. If you don't already have a motor do a cost comparison. You can run Mogas...
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    The best thing that you can do as a new/old pilot...

    The best thing that you can do as a new/old pilot learning to fly lake hood is get a Lake Hook experienced CFI to fly in any slow plane around the area and approach from all directions. Ya I have...
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    Sooooooooo ANYONE that has half a brain and has...

    Sooooooooo ANYONE that has half a brain and has flown in Anchorage airspace understands that this is some real no $hit flying. You have everything from 30,000 hour heavy pilots, military fast...
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    Ya on top you will have to make a slit to...

    Ya on top you will have to make a slit to remove/replace the screw thingofamajig. There may be a small plate held on with two screws over the hole and be prepared to grind an or file a bit to get...
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    If the rear leg folds backward that big 35 is...

    If the rear leg folds backward that big 35 is going to keep pushing all the way back to the side of the fuselage. That will most likely bend break the front fitting and break bend whatever shock...
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    Looks like the right hydrasorb/strut is broke,...

    Looks like the right hydrasorb/strut is broke, note the safety cable is holing up that side. The big 35 in tire is like skis lots of torque when you don't keep it straight. I have seen two sets of...
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    One thing that helped me a lot was watching video...

    One thing that helped me a lot was watching video of my landings. Makes it kind of hard to lie to yourself on how the landing went. Winter is just around the corner if you post them here we could...
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    Yes and Yes. With AOSS the tires just seem to...

    Yes and Yes. With AOSS the tires just seem to stick and follow the ground. Bushwheels help smooth out stuff a lot depending on pressure. A lot of it is pilot technique. The old 3 point keep the...
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    Kevin I am going with 3 inch gear and ACME...

    Kevin
    I am going with 3 inch gear and ACME shocks. Tempted to go 6 inch but don't want something that is a pain to load passengers and cargo in. I am still on the fence when it comes to tire...
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    I have AOSS on my cub. This year in Alaska a...

    I have AOSS on my cub. This year in Alaska a stock bungee cub SPANKED myself and every other whatever gear cub in Alaska several times!! It is not the gear it is the pilot! You can wait for years...
  14. Thread: Hand Propping

    by DENNY
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    Same reason people do 3 point landings instead...

    Same reason people do 3 point landings instead safer wheel lands. "That is the way I was trained"!!! Its raining out so figuring I would stir the pot some.:wink: I have done it both ways. I would do...
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    What kind of flying are you going to be doing? ...

    What kind of flying are you going to be doing? If it involves a lot of prop abuse a borer is hard to beat.
    DENNY
  16. I think I have found the right numbers or at...

    I think I have found the right numbers or at least in the ballpark to make it all work. Few more calls on monday, thanks for everyones help.
    DENNY
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    I usually remove the valve core first. Then...

    I usually remove the valve core first. Then remove the bolts holding the tire rims together. You may need a tire iron to work them free/sometimes putting the valve stem back in and adding 1 lb of...
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    Gabe is going to give me crap about this but if...

    Gabe is going to give me crap about this but if you have a 4 cylinder EGT/CHT you will know what the engine temp is and how long you have to heat (oil temp is a required gauge). With an engine...
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    I know several pilots that have done a quality...

    I know several pilots that have done a quality check on the Airframes/Northriver boosters and proven that they can easily put a cub upside down with 31 inch tires. If your parts are in good shape,...
  20. Thread: Hand Propping

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    One other note on primer systems some are a...

    One other note on primer systems some are a single nozzle above the carburetor (0300) and suffer the same issue as carbs so take a look at your system.
    DENNY
  21. Thanks guys!! I using the information from the...

    Thanks guys!! I using the information from the manuals and comparing it to the carbon cub I think I got it pretty close. Checking a few more things I will keep you posted.
    DENNY
  22. Spinner for a Hartzell trailblazer prop on a cub.

    Does anybody know what the spinner stock number is for putting a Hartzell trailblazer on a cub? Trying to get a trailblazer for an experimental 0360 cub and Hartzell is of little help.
    DENNY
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    Lots of ways to increase the odds for the hunter....

    Lots of ways to increase the odds for the hunter. Baiting/salt licks/decoys/calling/high stands on major trails/sents. Just depends on time place and local laws.
    DENNY
  24. Thread: Cgr 30-p

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    I agree. Fly with a full tank/tanks, refill when...

    I agree. Fly with a full tank/tanks, refill when you land reprogram the K factor only takes a few seconds once you look up how to do it. DENNY
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    Call Gabe at Airframes Ak he usually has that...

    Call Gabe at Airframes Ak he usually has that stuff memorized, if not he has a fuselage sitting next to him he can measure. DENNY
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