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    Henny, It's a Wag Aero. Just spent 4 1/2 years...

    Henny, It's a Wag Aero. Just spent 4 1/2 years building one almost to the finish before health problems made me stop. I recognize the wood ribs in my sleep, (26 counting the two tip ribs). L4s never...
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    Tried to find a way to get to the fly-in, but...

    Tried to find a way to get to the fly-in, but unfortunately came up short. Grandsons birthday, Anniversary, Daughters birthday, 3 days of visits to MD Anderson, all in a week and a half, made it...
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    Make a rod with bends to fit through the hole,...

    Make a rod with bends to fit through the hole, then long enough to reach the snaps, appropriate bend at the end, then concave dimple on the end. should be able to get the rod in along with your arm...
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    I have had 3 colonoscopys. All came out with no...

    I have had 3 colonoscopys. All came out with no runs, no hits, no errors. Maybe if I would have had my head up my as*, I wouldn't have had my 3 brain surgeries this past year:lol:. Seriously though,...
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    Wtb kx125

    Have a friend looking for a used KX125. If anyone has 1 for sale let me know and I will immediately get in touch with him. Thank you Jon. jb57tub@yahoo.com or PM
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    Got a picture of Eddie at Steves Rebuilding...

    Got a picture of Eddie at Steves Rebuilding seminar, when he stopped on the interstate to catch an armadillo, so Laura could see one. Stinky old thing in a box! Wish I could figure out how to post...
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    Thank you very much for the information. I have...

    Thank you very much for the information. I have been through this engine twice, (had to replace the case halves, (Divco), replaced inside crankshaft plug, just put new cylinders, (less than 2 hours...
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    To my ignorance how much teardown is involved....

    To my ignorance how much teardown is involved. Have an 0360 with a prop strike, (not sudden stoppage). Single blade slight bend, FAA made me start engine after strike, where it sat, with bent blade...
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    Remembering Eddie and Charlotte at the RRRN-FI....

    Remembering Eddie and Charlotte at the RRRN-FI. What a hoot. Not only was Eddie a blast, you should see Charlotte hypnotized. Some of the best people you can call friends! Jon
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    who do you contact to have a certified prop...

    who do you contact to have a certified prop strike AD inspection done for a Lyc engine, Jon
  11. Randy, I would love to thank you from the bottom...

    Randy, I would love to thank you from the bottom of my heart, for all of the passion you have put into your information and thoughtfulness in the lines of your articles. I have just gone through my...
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    Thought it probably was, but it was just a shot...

    Thought it probably was, but it was just a shot in the dark. I made a tool that slide down inside the shaft, past the offset oil stand tube, to replace and stake the plug behind it. I guess a one...
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    I had the inside crankshaft journal plug, on my...

    I had the inside crankshaft journal plug, on my 0360 come unseated, and the prop would not cycle because the preasure was going out the back side of the front crankshaft journal. Had to remove the...
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    Hope this will make sense. Building a Cubby with...

    Hope this will make sense. Building a Cubby with an 0290d. Wag places 2 supports diagonal from the top of the panel to the front bottom edge of the firewall, (one on each side).They put a liner tube...
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    Happy birthday Steve! A big thank you for...

    Happy birthday Steve! A big thank you for everything you have done for everyone along the way. I sure wouldn't be where I am without your unselfish and generous guidance. Jon
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    Thanks for the info guys, I'm at the stage of...

    Thanks for the info guys, I'm at the stage of getting the wing tank cover set up on my homebuilt wood spar wing. I have a full wrap leading edge from Dakota Cub, but I am having troubles fitting it...
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    One of their IAs is a friend of mine. Bob...

    One of their IAs is a friend of mine. Bob Williams is a good mechanic and has helped keep their aircraft in the air for quite a while. I think he has recently cut back on the amount of work he will...
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    Little Pat, Where are you towing out of? I know...

    Little Pat,
    Where are you towing out of? I know Refugio has a cub and was looking for tow pilots. Fairly active group from what I have been told. Flew an old Schweizer out of there one time,...
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    Sorry Marty but I didn't see if the buildings...

    Sorry Marty but I didn't see if the buildings were there or not. next time I go over I will try to see. Hopefully they are, but they would have taken a direct hit with winds gusting to around 160mph....
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    pics from Rockport

    A few pics from Rockport. My fuse is the middle of the first pic.
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    Rock Port, Tx. hurrican

    Just getting back online , via hot spot, because we don't have internet service any other way. Had my fuselage in a hanger in Rockport and the hanger is gone! 1/2 wall out of four is standing. There...
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    Thank you for all your help. I got with the guy...

    Thank you for all your help. I got with the guy I'm doing this for and he gave me all of the wiring and all of the lighting equipment. He had everything I need to complete the cover, and showed me...
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    tail position light wiring

    Does anyone have a picture of how the tail position light wiring is run in an 18 rudder, and where it exits the fuselage? I am covering the tail feathers for a friend, and the wiring was already...
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    Had a '58 Comanche 250, serial# 368, and a '46...

    Had a '58 Comanche 250, serial# 368, and a '46 pa12 150, at the same time in the late 80s. Should have kept them both! The Comanche had tip tanks and was full IFR and fast for a 250 with no mods....
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    Jeese Steve, was that you behind me?! That was my...

    Jeese Steve, was that you behind me?! That was my 86 year old mother with me saying, "I'm glad you don't speed anymore, just stay in this lane, it's the fast one". Fortunately my mother and Father...
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