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3x vs 4x rivet gun? by Michael Horowitz
Looking thru e-bay I see mention of 3x and 4x rivet guns. What's the difference? - Mike
August 31st 08 02:30 AM
by Anthony W Go to last post
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Riveting question by Michael Horowitz
I'm spending a drizzly day going thru the section of AC43 dealing with riveting and have an initial question. I think I know the answer but could use some comformation. Figure 4-5 shows Rivet spacing for single-lap sheet splice. It shows a double row of rivets in one case and the note "Strength...
August 30th 08 01:58 PM
by Michael Horowitz Go to last post
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2009 Air Racing Calendars - Legacy of Speed by Usenet sender
They are here again! The third annual installment of the great Legacy of Speed calendars in stock and will begin shipping September 8, 2008! http://aafo.com/racing/2008/calendar/ We're getting a stock of 200 this year.. get yours now!! Wayne Sagar
August 29th 08 04:38 AM
by Usenet sender Go to last post
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A Simple Auto Engine Conversion by Gig 601Xl Builder
wrote: the isolation of prop loads on a crankshaft that IS NOT DESIGNED to take prop loads. This is the kind of problem I was fishing for in the original post -- something I hadn't heard of, but constitutes a show-stopper. I like that two-into-one spark...
August 28th 08 03:58 PM
by Gig 601Xl Builder Go to last post
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A Simple Auto Engine Conversion by [email protected]
On Aug 27, 8:24 pm, " wrote: the isolation of prop loads on a crankshaft that IS NOT DESIGNED to take prop loads. This is the kind of problem I was fishing for in the original post -- something I hadn't heard of, but constitutes a...
August 28th 08 01:06 PM
by Peter Dohm Go to last post
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A Simple Auto Engine Conversion by [email protected]
On Aug 27, 8:24 pm, " wrote: could a GM engine attached to a short manual trans 1-get a dry sump and 2-be flipped upside down and have a stout racing trans take the loads. Manual transmissions aren't designed for high...
August 28th 08 04:35 AM
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A Simple Auto Engine Conversion by [email protected]
the isolation of prop loads on a crankshaft that IS NOT DESIGNED to take prop loads. This is the kind of problem I was fishing for in the original post -- something I hadn't heard of, but constitutes a show-stopper. I like that two-into-one spark plug idea. If that's feasible, I'm a LOT...
August 28th 08 03:24 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Velocity accident in Vegas... by cavelamb himself[_4_]
http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=5633410 -- Richard (remove the X to email)
August 27th 08 02:33 AM
by Gezellig Go to last post
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ZZZZZZZoom in an ABC story? by Rich Ahrens[_2_]
Perhaps ABC needs some input as to the reliability of the source they quote (see page two) in this news story: http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/story?id=5624381&page=1
August 27th 08 02:21 AM
by Ron Wanttaja Go to last post
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Rivet advise please by mhorowit
I have to replace the trailing edge end of a stamped aluminum rib from a '47 Tcraft. I've cut away the corroded portion, bent metal to replace that part and would like to use Cherry "N" rivets to hold it in place. I have some questions regarding what spec to look for when ordering. A. Rivet...
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August 26th 08 02:02 AM
by Bob Kuykendall Go to last post
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Low pressure limit in Acetylene tank? by mhorowit
how low do you let your acetylene tank get before getting a refill? - Mike
August 25th 08 02:27 PM
by Anyolmouse Go to last post
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Kyle gets the mini lathe home.... by Stealth Pilot[_2_]
Kyle gets the mini lathe home and then what??? btw "Kyle" in this context is just a name for any one of us. OK you get your mini lathe home then what? first thing you discover is that it just sits there inert on the bench. then you start wondering just how you go about actually making anything on...
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August 24th 08 02:08 AM
by Peter Dohm Go to last post
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Vertex 220 Airplane Headset Adapter to Helicopter Plug by [email protected]
Had to convert the airplane headset adapter on the Vertex 220 to take a Helicopter single plug. Drawing attached with color codes of wires used by Vertex. Can be used for anybody wanting to change to a single plug headset. a href="http://photobucket.com/"...
August 23rd 08 03:36 PM
by Allan Broadribb Go to last post
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PHOTOS: N14 - August 22, 2008 - Day 2 by Digital Voices[_3_]
PHOTOS: N14 - August 22, 2008 - Day 2 Photos Link: http://phlairline.com/spotter/082208.html Cheers, DV
August 23rd 08 02:52 AM
by BobR Go to last post
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Magneto Timing Question by Dick[_1_]
The specs for my C-85 are upper plugs mag @ 28* BTDC and lower @ 30*BTDC. My results are upper @ 30* BTDC and lower @ 32* BTDC. I couldn't find a "flower pot" with attached degree wheel to borrow and attach to the prop hub so used a little "mickey mouse" circular protractor with a free swinging...
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August 23rd 08 01:39 AM
by 150flivver Go to last post
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PHOTOS: N14 - August 21, 2008 by Digital Voices[_3_]
PHOTOS: N14 - August 21, 2008 Kathy Jaffe Challenge (Aerobatics) Photos Link: http://phlairline.com/spotter/082108.html Cheers, DV
August 22nd 08 01:36 AM
by Digital Voices[_3_] Go to last post
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Peel Ply: Purple Glow? by [email protected]
I just started using a fresh batch of resin/hardener from Aeropoxy (shipped by AS&S last week). I had a single white light off to the side. I decided to uncover the part 30 hours after the lay up. When I pulled the peel ply off quickly, the line where it separated glowed bright purple for about...
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August 21st 08 06:43 AM
by Anthony W Go to last post
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13 Horsepower by [email protected]
12 Horsepower After it's successful flight at Kitty Hawk, upon its return to Dayton the Wright 'Flyer' underwent an extensive overhaul. The engine was fitted with spark plugs and a magneto, replacing the original make & break system. Whilst installing the magneto Orville discovered the original...
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August 21st 08 06:39 AM
by Anthony W Go to last post
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HARBOR FREIGHT QUALITY by [email protected]
Someone wrote: 'YOUR OUT OF YOUR F**KING MIND' ...with regard to suggesting people buy ANYTHING from Harbor Freight. I disagree. I've come to see HF products as a kind of semi-finished kit, something you have to take apart, clean up, align and re-assemble before you can use it. See those...
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August 21st 08 12:15 AM
by Kloudy via AviationKB.com Go to last post
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Would you install lights? by Lou
I'm getting close to covering my wings. I don't currently fly at night and could even say that I have no intention on flying at night. However I had no intention on getting married either. Would anyone install lights anyway or just limit yourself to flying in the daylight. Lou
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August 19th 08 08:26 PM
by Uli Go to last post
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