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    Fun fly out for lunch yesterday with joemcd, js107b, @rosski715, cruzair, and Trever and Kristen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrussl View Post

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    I'm curious about what looks like external stringers on the bottom of the boot cowl on this C170.
    Great pics BTW.
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    Got my first-ever ski flight in today. Did a few laps at the airport, then went out to play. Didn't really need skis since there was basically zero snow, but it still was ridiculously fun! Have a lot to learn and deeper snow will certainly be a different game, but I sure am excited about the potential for new adventures!









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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod180 View Post
    I'm curious about what looks like external stringers on the bottom of the boot cowl on this C170.
    Great pics BTW.
    It's evolving into the Piper Cherokee with the belly stringers it saw once. Probably not but maybe there's a valid reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod180 View Post
    I'm curious about what looks like external stringers on the bottom of the boot cowl on this C170.
    Great pics BTW.
    Good question, and I don't have a good answer. Stiffener there for some reason, they were there when I bought the plane. I hadn't really thought much about them, but recently I have had several 170 and 180 guys ask about them. I will do a little more research.
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    Good question, and I don't have a good answer. Stiffener there for some reason, they were there when I bought the plane.
    Are they in the same rivet line as the tunnel above. Maybe the thin skin rivet holes are wallowed out and that was a way to fix it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by js170b View Post
    Good question, and I don't have a good answer. Stiffener there for some reason, they were there when I bought the plane. I hadn't really thought much about them, but recently I have had several 170 and 180 guys ask about them. I will do a little more research. Jim
    Great looking 170 BTW. Looks like a 52 model?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod180 View Post
    Great looking 170 BTW. Looks like a 52 model?
    Thanks! Yes, its a '52 model with an O-360.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian M View Post
    Got my first-ever ski flight in today. Did a few laps at the airport, then went out to play. Didn't really need skis since there was basically zero snow, but it still was ridiculously fun! Have a lot to learn and deeper snow will certainly be a different game, but I sure am excited about the potential for new adventures!









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    Toro Toro, Bolivia. About 9000 ft msl. I found this Andean Condor on the way home. Click image for larger version. 

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    My buddy Pete and our PA12 float plane both got checked out on skis today.
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    Short hop out to Hiline lake this afternoon. Beautiful weather! Someone even had a couple nice strips groomed and ready, pretty deep snow with overflow underneath it just off the strip. Click image for larger version. 

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    Checked out the high lake country east of Cochabamba.
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    Steve's son Lee spent the weekend with his sister, I flew him home this morning. He had some trouble getting strapped into my plane. Apparently, it was his first time in the back seat with a Hooker, and he didn't know what to do.

    Harness, that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txpacer View Post
    Steve's son Lee spent the weekend with his sister, I flew him home this morning. He had some trouble getting strapped into my plane. Apparently, it was his first time in the back seat with a Hooker, and he didn't know what to do.

    Harness, that is.
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    Cheap humor, to be sure, but you should have seen Lee's face when I said that to him.

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    9.5 hours on Saturday 3/16/19 north bound home 20 plus knot headwind in my Bonanza from north Florida all the way home to Minneapolis. Glad I wasn’t flying anything slower. And yes Signature flight support is expensive and over priced in KeyWest
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    Round trip Oklahoma to Florida.
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    Found an amazing eatery in Meridian MS, we’ll deffinately be back!
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    Even an Okie can set the altimeter at St. Pete FL
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    A great few rainy days in Stuart FL, including an impromptu photo scavenger hunt thanks to The Tracy’s
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    Took a short rainy side trip to Indiantown to meet Eddie and see his spam-can project. He’s doing amayzing things to outfit this old bird with all the new tricks, can’t wait to see it fly.
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    On the way home, short final into Andalusia Alabama for fuel, we managed to break the ceeepest part on a Sky Wagon, Yup the roll pin that holds the trim chain sprocket to the left jack screw backed out and sheered off. So a short 5.5 hours later with many thanks to Steve Pierce and Ken Lamp for the remote assist(s) two really good (but not Wagoners) local mechanics got it back together. Andalusia is a really friendly place, great stop with a diner on the field. Ended up overnight and had anouther epic meal in town.

    Eddie, if you’re seeing this make double sure you safety wire those bloomen roll pins in.

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    Got out early the next morning to payback winds and home safe with a great fuel stop at Pine Bluff AR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txpacer View Post
    Steve's son Lee spent the weekend with his sister, I flew him home this morning. He had some trouble getting strapped into my plane. Apparently, it was his first time in the back seat with a Hooker, and he didn't know what to do.

    Harness, that is.
    Reminds me of taking him to Hooters when he was about 5 or 6. To bad he didn't want to bar hop with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDCROWE View Post
    On the way home, short final into Andalusia Alabama for fuel, we managed to break the ceeepest part on a Sky Wagon, Yup the roll pin that holds the trim chain sprocket to the left jack screw backed out and sheered off. So a short 5.5 hours later with many thanks to Steve Pierce and Ken Lamp for the remote assist(s) two really good (but not Wagoners) local mechanics got it back together. Andalusia is a really friendly place, great stop with a diner on the field. Ended up overnight and had anouther epic meal in town.

    Eddie, if you’re seeing this make double sure you safety wire those bloomen roll pins in.


    Got out early the next morning to payback winds and home safe with a great fuel stop at Pine Bluff AR.
    What was interesting is I had just had a long discussion with Bill Duncan about those aluminum pulleys, spring still roll pins and 4130 jackscrew. The pulley gets loose on the pin and they shear. More great things for Skywagons on the way from Bushwheel Bill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    What was interesting is I had just had a long discussion with Bill Duncan about those aluminum pulleys, spring still roll pins and 4130 jackscrew. The pulley gets loose on the pin and they shear. More great things for Skywagons on the way from Bushwheel Bill.
    That is excellent news. I was lucky and the sprocket was still good, the front one was worn at the pin hole and we re-drilled it at 90 degrees on last annual. That front sprocket at the trim wheel is like $1300 from Cessna.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mnjoe View Post
    9.5 hours on Saturday 3/16/19 north bound home 20 plus knot headwind in my Bonanza from north Florida all the way home to Minneapolis. Glad I wasn’t flying anything slower. And yes Signature flight support is expensive and over priced in KeyWest
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    Yesterday Toledo, WA to Lone Pine, CA. About 10 hours including brief fuel stops and a couple of reroutes due to mountain pass obscuration. Today to Death Valley, with eyes wide open for those low level fast movers that Ben (SuPilot) has been informing me about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDCROWE View Post
    On the way home, short final into Andalusia Alabama for fuel, we managed to break the ceeepest part on a Sky Wagon, Yup the roll pin that holds the trim chain sprocket to the left jack screw backed out and sheered off. So a short 5.5 hours later with many thanks to Steve Pierce and Ken Lamp for the remote assist(s) two really good (but not Wagoners) local mechanics got it back together. Andalusia is a really friendly place, great stop with a diner on the field. Ended up overnight and had anouther epic meal in town.

    Eddie, if you’re seeing this make double sure you safety wire those bloomen roll pins in.
    Yup, had one of those roll pins fall out on a brand new 180 with ferry time only on it. Had to take off the whole tail to get at it. This was before Cessna installed the access panels underneath.
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    I installed a pair of McFarlane jack screws. They have an upgraded, beefier sprocket and roll pin.

    https://www.mcfarlaneaviation.com/pr.../product/1111/


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    Eddie, if you’re seeing this make double sure you safety wire those bloomen roll pins in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Foy View Post
    I installed a pair of McFarlane jack screws. They have an upgraded, beefier sprocket and roll pin.

    https://www.mcfarlaneaviation.com/pr.../product/1111/
    Mine are McFarland screws, so you still need to safety wire the damn roll pins in!
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    An update on my Death Valley Jaunt - had a great time, except - - -

    I flew to Chicken Strip, thinking to land and look around - HOWEVER, it was blocked with some large tires at two different locations in the middle, on centerline. In my opinion the blockages make it unusable, which was undoubtedly the intention of whoever put them there. Decidedly poor behavior on somebody's part.
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    Do they have the larger diameter (5/32) roll pin? When were they installed?

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    Mine are McFarland screws, so you still need to safety wire the damn roll pins in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Foy View Post
    Do they have the larger diameter (5/32) roll pin? When were they installed?
    Eddie, my bad they are Cessna. Seller told me McFarland but the part sheet in the “big binder” says Cessna.

    Not that I’d wish having to get back in there on anyone but if you have the access panel installed I’d think about putting safety wire the through the pins and around the shaft so they can’t back out over time. Mine we’re put in just before purchase, have been in about 1,000 hours.
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    Bars bars are FINALLY coming out!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Misch View Post
    An update on my Death Valley Jaunt - had a great time, except - - -I flew to Chicken Strip, thinking to land and look around - HOWEVER, it was blocked with some large tires at two different locations in the middle, on centerline. In my opinion the blockages make it unusable, which was undoubtedly the intention of whoever put them there. Decidedly poor behavior on somebody's part.
    Gordon, any chance that the strip is in poor condition and that someone put out the tires to prevent someone having a problem?
    I know, an X at each end ("turning final for runway X!") is traditional, but maybe the tires were easier.
    Seems like I remember that someone acts as sort of a caretaker there?
    I see you posted about this on BCP also,
    maybe somebody there will know about the tires.
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    any chance that the strip is in poor condition and that someone put out the tires to prevent someone having a problem?
    Maybe - that possibility occurred to me also. I didn't make any low passes to look it over closely, because there were people standing around on the strip. Either way, I'd consider the strip unusable right now, until something changes.

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