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F18 Hornet Pics -Royalty Free Images and free image hosting - members wanted please by Jpgs.com.au
Hi, I have started up a website where you can use my images for personal or commercial use completely free of charge. I have some photos of an f-18 hornet doing a dump and burn If you are a budding photograher you can upload you own photos and make reference to your own site and portfolio, Its a...
January 7th 07 02:28 AM
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Good news for scratch builders of metal airplanes - Home Depot rents bending brakes by flybynightkarmarepair
If you're building in aluminum from scratch, one of the most intractable problems is the need for an 8 ft bending brake for most designs. A good one, even used, is about $1000, and at least half that many pounds, although there are alternatives that weigh...
January 6th 07 05:22 PM
by Lou Go to last post
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Bob R email address by Jim Stockton
From: "BobR" Subject: removing old, dried, masking tape Date: Tuesday, January 02, 2007 7:39 PM I have tried both Acetone and MEK in the past and eventually was able to get the tape off but neither worked half as well as the Goo-B-Gone. Both can also be destructive...
January 4th 07 07:24 PM
by BobR Go to last post
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removing old, dried, masking tape by Michael Horowitz
Someone used masking tape many years ago to cover some screwheads on my leading edge. Pulling it off only gives me strips of masking tape. Any suggestions on how to remove this stuff? - Mike
January 4th 07 06:54 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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What would you call this tool? Bolt drill guide? by Michael Horowitz
Some years ago, I watched an A&P drill a shank so it would accept a cotter pin. Was a metal block into which various sized bolt could be screwn into, each with a hole perpendicular to the shaft that would guide a drill bit. Anyone know what this might be called? - Mike
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January 4th 07 02:31 PM
by Dan Go to last post
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JM-2 plans? by Capt.Doug
I understand that the little yellow race plane on the wall at EAA's museum was a homebuilt with plans offered. Anyone know if plans can still be obtained? How come the design wasn't copied by other racers? D.
January 4th 07 03:17 AM
by Capt.Doug Go to last post
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Nippondenso Alternator Wiring by CW Crane
I have a 35 A. ND alternator. There is a stud marked "B" for the battery and a three wire plug marked "E", "F",and "N". The "F" wire I am sure is the field but how are the other two wires used in the original automotive application?
January 4th 07 03:05 AM
by Jerry Springer Go to last post
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Aircraft Spruce and their comma delimited order form by Michael Horowitz
Spruce gives the option of my providing quantity and partno. in comma delimited format when ordering. When ordering tubing, "2,03-02400-5" correctly translates into two 5' lengths of 03-02400. However, the same logic doesn't seem to translate for spar stock: 02-123-8 didn't translate into an...
January 4th 07 02:37 AM
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STC for Cessna 140 by Chris
Does anyone know if an stc exists for float attachments for a 1946 Cessna 140?
January 4th 07 01:40 AM
by Scott Go to last post
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ION aircraft being built at ANE by Montblack
I always have fun when I bop in and talk with Steve, of ION aircraft. He's bursting with enthusiasm, ...and airplane knowledge (history AND engineering). He walked up to me at one of our EAA Chapter meetings and said, "Are you Montblack?" http://www.ionaircraft.com/ Check out the links. He's...
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January 4th 07 12:41 AM
by Dave Go to last post
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Zink Chromate Paste by Michael Horowitz
Duralac Zinc Chromate Paste doesn't appear in the Spruce or Wick catalog, apparently for health reasons. I do see it mentioned for sale by marine stores. Has anyone using an acceptable substitute, easier to locate? - MIke
January 3rd 07 02:57 PM
by Stealth Pilot Go to last post
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aluminum rib, aluminum spar, holes drilled but screws broken off by jls
I'm rebuilding a Super Cub wing and the flanges on the ribs and the spar caps have been drilled perfectly so the #4 steel screws go right in, that is, if a screw has not been broken off. In which case I have the option of redrilling and turning the spars into Swiss cheese and losing ac43-13 edge...
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January 3rd 07 09:06 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Bose Aviation X versus DC X11 by DonMorrisey
I won the company football pool so I've decided to spend a lot of money on a headset, which is something I wouldn't ordinarily do. I'm wondering if some of the group members have experience with either of these head sets. There is a big price difference. If I'm reading the Bose website correctly...
January 2nd 07 07:18 PM
by quietguy Go to last post
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What is a 'PK" screw? by mhorowit
I see mention of "PK" screws. Can someone point me to an illustration? At http://www.aircraftspruce.com/menus/ha/sheetmetalscrews.html is a Truss Head Type 'A' sheet metal screw, which is what I'm visualizing; is that it? - MIke
January 2nd 07 06:44 PM
by RPE Go to last post
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just a book by Philippe Vessaire
After the Empire by Emmanuel Todd, ISBN: 978-0231131032 -- Pub: http://www.slowfood.fr/france Philippe Vessaire ҿӬ
January 2nd 07 09:23 AM
by Philippe Vessaire Go to last post
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You Know You're Old Dept. by [email protected]
You know you're old when some kid posts a picture of a plane you've flown in captioned: 'What the hell is THIS?' (It's an AJ-2, son. A nice airplane and one of the largest to have flown off an Essex-class carrier.) -R.S.Hoover
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January 2nd 07 06:45 AM
by Roger Go to last post
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Leaking Fiberglass Fuel Tanks by [email protected]
I have been looking at different "sloshing" type sealers for the inside of some old fiberglass tanks installed in the wings of a Cessna. What is the current thinking for the best sloshing compound for sealing fiberglass tanks if auto gas is used??? I have seen the epoxy resins from a few sources...
January 2nd 07 02:10 AM
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? Screw head diameter? by Michael Horowitz
MS24593 is a flat head machine screw with a 6-32 shank/thread. In this application the diameter of the screwhead is important. I went to HD and bought a 6-32 machine screw to see what length I needed (the original having rusted beyond recognition). I compared the HD screw with the MS and noticed...
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January 2nd 07 12:05 AM
by GeorgeB Go to last post
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HAPI Accessory Case by [email protected]
Does anyone know if HAPI made an accessory case with the starter in the top position?
January 1st 07 07:53 PM
by flybynightkarmarepair Go to last post
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How to build a killer drone to hunt Jihadists? by Ed Zagmoon
The raghead jihadists are a real threat.Period! I want to help fighting them buy building glying killer drones. You know, there *could* be Jihadist training camps somewhere in the woods around you. Or in the desert. On a mountain. Everywhere. We must all help in this War on Terror. So, how can I...
January 1st 07 04:22 PM
by Jarhead Go to last post
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