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    I'm curious about the re drilling, too. Will you...

    I'm curious about the re drilling, too. Will you have access to the tube or does the faa have pics?

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    Agreed. I keep hearing these claims about EathX,...

    Agreed. I keep hearing these claims about EathX, yet I only know of one incident and it smoked the first time it was powered up. THAT leads me to believe it had problems with the install not the...
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    Don't worry. Steel adel clamps work well even...

    Don't worry. Steel adel clamps work well even after welding and paint/powder coat.

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    That's what on/off switches are for. Keep each...

    That's what on/off switches are for. Keep each light/system on it's own control switch and choose what to turn on or off and when to do it. Great example of why you don't put two systems on one...
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    Kind of subjective, but find a spec on lumens or...

    Kind of subjective, but find a spec on lumens or candelas. Higher that number the brighter the light was as measured by a test rig. Poor mans way is to use the light that has the highest current...
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    Yes, and while cranking. Web

    Yes, and while cranking.

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    Like paying the mob. Just the cost of doing...

    Like paying the mob. Just the cost of doing business.

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    Extra fun then. Use a piece of 20 gauge,...

    Extra fun then.

    Use a piece of 20 gauge, three conductor, shielded wire for the nav/strobe combo. It has the effect of routing in one wire instead of three or four separate wires. Otherwise, as...
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    Is your rudder stripped down right now or does it...

    Is your rudder stripped down right now or does it have fabric on?

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    I don't see a specific mention of a rapid fire...

    I don't see a specific mention of a rapid fire pattern in the specs. Either way, I doubt it would matter even if synch'd with the Orions. Why not just use the Orion 500 tail light?

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    When you call them, let the owner know that his...

    When you call them, let the owner know that his namesake nephew highly recommends his shop. :lol:

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  13. Thread: Cgr 30-p

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    What Mr. Pierce said. If you're replacing...

    What Mr. Pierce said.

    If you're replacing steam gauges, you are removing p-leads, tach cable, and any hoses, so you are going to have holes to choose from for routing wires. Pick one.

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    FS: Is that the correct model number? Web

    Is that the correct model number?

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    Doesn't matter if the original gauge was direct...

    Doesn't matter if the original gauge was direct sensing or electric. The CGR comes with it's own pressure transducer. Mount this in any convenient location (just not directly on the engine) and route...
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    Oh, and don't pull the protective paper off the...

    Oh, and don't pull the protective paper off the new windshield until it is completely installed. lol

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    In addition to the above advice, sand/polish the...

    In addition to the above advice, sand/polish the edges before final install to prevent cracking in the future. Also, I've had good results drilling holes in windshields, using paste wax. I drill a...
  18. I'd like to point out that beacons are not a...

    I'd like to point out that beacons are not a required item. The rudder was not designed to hold a beacon, so don't install one. To conform to the need for 'anti collision' lights, install the...
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    Always make my own harnesses, but, that's part of...

    Always make my own harnesses, but, that's part of my business, lol. Internal antennas work best in wood or non conductive composite aircraft. Ferrous metal of the tubes in a Cub degrades the...
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    I'm not sure it's been stated forcefully enough,...

    I'm not sure it's been stated forcefully enough, here;

    IF YOU HAVE A US CERTIFICATED AIRCRAFT - A replacement data plate must be obtained from the manufacturer, with FAA permission! There is no...
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    Momentary thread hijack; Giangab, what are...

    Momentary thread hijack;

    Giangab, what are your local requirements for electrical equipment? Starter & alternator? Lights? Avionics equipment?

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    This is the drawing showing the lower end of the...

    This is the drawing showing the lower end of the stick. A short section is expanded to fit over the stub, mounted on the torque tube.

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    Your aircraft is not registered as a U.S....

    Your aircraft is not registered as a U.S. aircraft, correct? If not, FAA rules about obtaining a replacement data plate would not apply.

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    The OP does not fall under FAA rules. Web

    The OP does not fall under FAA rules.

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    Fabricate one that works for you or buy one....

    Fabricate one that works for you or buy one. Officially there are straight ones and curved ones
    as per the parts manual.

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