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    Can you tell what is involved in increasing the...

    Can you tell what is involved in increasing the gross wt.. I am interested in doing that. My aircraft already more than meets the physical requirements for 2000lb. gross but was certified at 1750 ...
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    And Earle, chances are the long mount CG was not...

    And Earle, chances are the long mount CG was not "normal". Most of the long mount 150 conversions can use some tail weight added.
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    Good question Earle. And the answer is that after...

    Good question Earle. And the answer is that after weighing the plane, that's what he needed to get in into the best CG he could. Remember that no two are alike, and even the short mount doesn't...
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    We had one on the field here for a few yrs. in...

    We had one on the field here for a few yrs. in the mid to late seventies. I flew it some along with t-crafts and a chief. It flew great and was roomier that the T-craft or Chief, but was heavy and...
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    I have them, along with the stabilizer VG's and I...

    I have them, along with the stabilizer VG's and I saw an improvement at the low end near the stall.
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    STC doesn't give you install instructins?

    STC doesn't give you install instructins?
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    The TC says 0 to 50 degs. and doesn't say...

    The TC says 0 to 50 degs. and doesn't say anything about in between so I don't see the issue with making what you want.
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    I owned an original 1960 Pa-18/150 that was...

    I owned an original 1960 Pa-18/150 that was unaltered and had a notch at 10 and one at 50.
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    I never used the spring on any of mine. Just fine...

    I never used the spring on any of mine. Just fine without it, even on oversize tailfeathers.
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    Type Certificate says 0 to 50 plus or minus 2...

    Type Certificate says 0 to 50 plus or minus 2 degs. I'm thinking they originally had two settings from factory? I remember seeing several that had a 10 and 50 deg. My experimental has 86" flaps and...
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    I have two sets of Wag wing rotators that I have...

    I have two sets of Wag wing rotators that I have been using for over 20 yrs. They do need to be set up correctly (takes about 20 minutes) and they don't need any kind of floor attachments. I can turn...
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    I have stayed out of the pissin" contest about...

    I have stayed out of the pissin" contest about whether they work or not. Those that say they don't are not getting the most out of there machine. They work. As to where they are located, we have done...
  13. I can fine tune the whirlwind to perform just...

    I can fine tune the whirlwind to perform just like the borer (only faster) or can adjust to either side of it. Best of both worlds; only thing better would be constant speed prop. I like it.
  14. I have hunted and shot black bears (No Grizzlys...

    I have hunted and shot black bears (No Grizzlys here) with both the .357 and 44 Mag in handguns. Both got the job done well, but the 44 would be my choice. I don't hunt them anymore, but do carry a...
  15. But I did not notice any overall difference in...

    But I did not notice any overall difference in temps going from the borer to the whirlwind.
  16. I have been flying the Whirlwind all summer and...

    I have been flying the Whirlwind all summer and noted in my early flights that the cyl and oil temps go down noticeably when the large spinner is on the prop versus no spinner. I suppose makes a...
  17. Me too. Love mine!

    Me too. Love mine!
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    I have seen some felt-type materials that will...

    I have seen some felt-type materials that will hold water. Be careful about anything that can absorb and hold moisture. It's tough on tubing and it is usually where you can't see it.
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    My first one was a 41' military (by Ford) that I...

    My first one was a 41' military (by Ford) that I bought in a junkyard in 61' for $40.00. Got me all through high school. Have owned several late 40's CJ2A's, a CJ3B, a couple early 70's wranglers and...
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    I certainly can see the A to Z angles of this...

    I certainly can see the A to Z angles of this topic and some good points are being made. I think for the most part the exp. parts manufacturers are building as good and in many cases better than...
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    Together, but many have been modified by now to...

    Together, but many have been modified by now to make it easier. Often times made so that they can be brought together at the bottom. As long is it is secure, make it work for you.
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    I assume the two removable tubes are out? After...

    I assume the two removable tubes are out? After that it is simply a real bitch that takes some patience and skin loss. Put the tank strips in very loosely and work the tank into them before...
  23. There was a time I would have gotten in on that!

    There was a time I would have gotten in on that!
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    Dan Dufault is in Lincolnville.

    Dan Dufault is in Lincolnville.
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    I hope it's not teflon tape. Still finding that...

    I hope it's not teflon tape. Still finding that stuff occasionally; use pipe dope instead, much safer. Probably something else in your case, but do your best to narrow it down if possible.
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