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Free Softwares at Softcrazy by [email protected]
Download Free Softwares At Softcrazy, Largest collection of software avaliable on internet, Antivius , Browsers, Business & Accounting, Music, Websites, Newsreaders , Multimedia , Audio and Video Software and Much More...... Like Internet Explorer 8.0 Beta Windows Live Messenger 9.0 Yahoo...
September 23rd 08 07:17 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Avia Economia, Part 3 by [email protected]
You Motorheads will like this Part :-) Primary Gliders are designed to be dismantled. The fuselage breaks down into two pieces. The horizontal stabilizer un-pins, as does the rudder. Control cables are fitted with turn-buckles at key points, allowing the cables to be divided, their free ends...
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September 22nd 08 10:56 AM
by Stealth Pilot[_2_] Go to last post
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?replace bushing on compressor wheels? by mhorowit
One of the wheels on my air compressor is at an angle. I removed it and the bolt/spindle and the inner and outer bushings wiggle. Anyone know if it is worth replacing these bushings and how to do it or should I just buy a wheel? - Mike
September 22nd 08 03:43 AM
by Ricky Go to last post
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Fastener quadrant I.D. question by Ricky
Howdy, I'm looking at some airplane modification drawings that have ya, ass, xa, and xl in the NW corner of the fastener quadrant. I know that quadrant is the fastener I.D but I'm looking for a website where I can do something like punch in the letters I'm seeing and be told what the fastener...
September 21st 08 09:48 PM
by Ricky Go to last post
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PRIMARY GLIDERS by [email protected]
To All: I have created a Group titled PRIMARY_GLIDERS under Yahoo. This is where I will post material specific to the Primary Glider as discussed on this Newsgroup. You are all invited to join. For as long as I am able, I will serve as the Moderator, sharing that duty with at least two...
September 21st 08 08:40 PM
by Vaughn Simon Go to last post
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VW transporter Engine? by Jerry Wass
Dear VDubber & any & all others, A friend of mine is contemplating seriously building a Double Eagle & has spotted what I think is a 2100cc transporter engine--it's in a van, has 2 carbs, & I have not seen it, nor do I know how to distinguish between the various models & sizes--I have Finch's...
September 20th 08 04:58 PM
by Jerry Wass Go to last post
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Avia Economia, Part 2 by [email protected]
I've posted a couple of drawings on my blog (bobhooversblog.blogspot.com). They should be on the top of the queue so you won't have any trouble finding them. There's still a couple to go, plus the text but these will give you the idea of what's involved. While the wing is held in position by...
September 20th 08 07:04 AM
by flybynightkarmarepair Go to last post
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Emagair Product Warning by Marc J. Zeitlin
Folks: For those of you who are either flying with, building with, or considering building with Emag/Pmag EI products from Emagair, you may be interested in reading my warning regarding these products at: http://www.cozybuilders.org/Emagair_Warning/ and doing some web searches of...
September 20th 08 03:53 AM
by Marc J. Zeitlin Go to last post
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"...but I don't have a lathe." by [email protected]
"...but I don't have a lathe." Sound familiar? The truth is, you probably have any number of things around your shop that can serve as a lathe. In a lathe, the work rotates against the cutting tool. ( In a milling machine, it's the cutting tool that rotates against the work.) The main purpose...
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September 20th 08 12:53 AM
by Jerry Wass Go to last post
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Moller in the news by Craig[_2_]
seems like people just keep coming back for more... http://blog.wired.com/cars/2008/09/its-a-car-that.html I think I'd rather invest in the current market than go down that rabbit hole.
September 19th 08 05:13 AM
by Craig[_2_] Go to last post
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Cessna SkyCatcher Prototype Crash by BobR
AVWEB just reported: SKYCATCHER PROTOTYPE CRASHES Federal investigators are on their way to Douglass, Kansas to investigate the crash of a Cessna Skycatcher LSA prototype Thursday. The pilot of the test aircraft was able to parachute to safety and was reportedly taken to hospital with minor...
September 18th 08 10:34 PM
by BobR Go to last post
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instrument panel material by jan olieslagers[_2_]
What is the typical material for an instrument panel? Soft steel sheet, I should think? What thickness? Have I understood some designs have the panel as an integral part of the fuselage, contributing to its strength/stiffness? But that would be fibre (epoxy/carbon) planes, no? TIA,
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September 18th 08 09:26 PM
by oilsardine[_2_] Go to last post
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Avia Economia, Part 1 by [email protected]
In the early days of Aviation it was fostered by government and civic agencies. The Boy Scouts were encouraged to build Primary Gliders, as were the Aviation Class at the local High School. A Progressive Nation was an Air-Minded Nation and our National Pride was embodied in Flights of Discovery,...
September 17th 08 06:01 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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fuselage molds by Brad[_2_]
I have a set of molds for a single place motorglider fuselage, looks similar to the Carat sailplane that need a new home. There are also molds and tooling for some of the internal bulkheads as well. Anyone interested in somthing like this please drop me a note. Thanks, Brad
September 16th 08 08:18 PM
by Steve Foley Go to last post
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Identifying Rivets and Rivet Sets? by Michael Horowitz
A friend presents me with an assortment of rivets and a shrug of his shoulders, so I'm attempting to determine what I have. An examination of Table 7-10 of the AC shows head silhouettes; not diameters, just shapes. Most of these rivets appear to have the universal head shape (MS20470), but come in...
September 16th 08 01:22 PM
by John[_9_] Go to last post
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Lycoming O-235 dimensions question by cavelamb himself[_4_]
Regarding the Lycoming O-235, O-290D and O-290D2... Lycoming says the engine is 29.06 inches long. But does that include the mags? Or just to the accessory case? Does someone have one handy that they might check on that? Appreciate it.
September 15th 08 03:28 PM
by cavelamb himself[_4_] Go to last post
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Right down among the trees... by Flash
Video of a landing, right through the trees. Wowie! http://www.airlinefan.com/view_video.php?photoid=1107495 This site also has some other videos of interest. Flash
September 15th 08 02:51 AM
by Wally the Squirrel Go to last post
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Sign of the times by Bill Daniels
I return a sparkless spark coil to the NAPA store for a refund. "No problem", says the clerk as he starts the refund process. "Was that thing made in China?", I ask. "Nope, made in the US", says the clerk. "How con you tell?", I ask.
September 14th 08 10:11 PM
by Bill Daniels Go to last post
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A Simple Auto Engine Conversion by [email protected]
I was thumbing through a catalog from Speedway Motors. They advertise a magneto-type distributor. Assuming you didn't come across a thrashed race engine with magnetos, couldn't someone put together an engine worthy of aircraft use, by simply 1) ordering an aftermarket engine with fuel injection,...
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September 14th 08 09:31 PM
by Morgans[_2_] Go to last post
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Flyin' (sky)Ferraris OR The media is catching on... by wright1902glider
Looks like our old friend Paul is at it again. Reminds me a lot of the contractor-guy in that movie "The Money Pit". (When will my house be done? Oh, in about two weeks!) Right. And Jerry Lewis said that we were only a few years away from a cure for MD. That was in 1977. At least the reporter...
September 14th 08 07:17 PM
by Bill Daniels Go to last post
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