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World's Best Tracing Paper! by [email protected]
Found at the doctor's office. An enormous roll of the stuff, used to cover the examination table. About two feet wide and hell for long. Asked nice, the girl gave me about six feet of the stuff. -R.S.Hoover
July 30th 08 05:24 PM
by KrazyKyngeKorny Go to last post
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The Last Airplane by [email protected]
Recent problems mentioned here brought me a lot of mail on a variety of topics. Within the sphere of Flying on the Cheap and low-cost methods of construction, someone asked if I'd ever considered some kind of Last Ditch airplane, an absolute minimum flying machine for people who are determined to...
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July 29th 08 03:11 AM
by cavelamb himself[_4_] Go to last post
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Master cylinders by [email protected]
I have some Gerdes master cylinders that were given to me years ago which I am just now planning on using. Don't know much about them, but was wondering if it wouldn't be prudent to have them be rebuilt ( overhauled ) before I use them, since they've been on the shelf for so long. Is it actually...
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July 29th 08 02:08 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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To Oshkosh- Russell Military Museum Stop by [email protected]
A Oshkosh Russell Military Museum Many aircraft and army tanks. The Russell MIlitary Museum is now open daily 10 am to 5:00 pm seven days a week The museum has over 250 items on display from WWII to gulf war. items like Sherman tanks , Half-track and 155 MM towed guns to Cold war Russian MI-24...
July 28th 08 11:06 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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FAA publishes proposed changes to amateur-built rules. by Jim Logajan
The EAA has an article on the proposed changes: http://www.eaa.org/news/2008/2008-07-15_policy.asp
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July 28th 08 08:30 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Aerodynamic...but not aircraft by Andy Asberry[_2_]
3/4 ton extended cab pickup towing a 24 foot travel trailer. Fuel mileage is effected much more by wind than weight. I want to build a camper shell that will be cab high at the front and direct the airflow smoothly over the trailer. There is about 4 feet between the front of the trailer and the...
July 27th 08 03:51 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Computer help (Got) by [email protected]
To All: About a week ago I posted an appeal for help with my computer sys, damaged during a recent stay in hospital. I've been using a lap-top as the controller. The keyboard was physically damaged (key broken off) and start-up wasn't starting up. Since all of the addresses were in the lap-top,...
July 26th 08 03:55 AM
by Anthony W Go to last post
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Ratcheting tie-downs vs come-alongs? by Michael Horowitz
I'm trying to use a ratcheting tie-down as a comealong to move an aircompressor to a trailer. I'm finding that as the webbing builds up on the ratcheting barrel, it will eventually interfer with the prawling mechanism. This limits the distance the tie-down can pull to about 3 feet. Useless. I've...
July 26th 08 03:31 AM
by Charlie[_2_] Go to last post
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QUIT spending ALL of your money at the Gas Pump. CONVERT YOUR CAR TO USE WATER TO MAKE YOUR CAS BURN MORE EFFECTIVELY AND DRAMATICALLY INCREASE YOUR MILEAGE. This quick and simple conversion can be easily done at home or in a few moments with your favorate car shop for about $150.
July 25th 08 05:41 PM
by Orval Fairbairn[_2_] Go to last post
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Aircar available in 2009 by oilsardine[_2_]
http://www.gizmag.com/moller-m200g-jetson-flying-vehicle-on-sale-in-2009/9652/ :-))
July 25th 08 08:04 AM
by Bruce A. Frank Go to last post
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Oshkosh Bound Posters & Such by RST Engineering
At www.rstengineering.com you will find a link to the Oshkosh Bound 2008 files. These files have the "Oshkosh Bound" posters for your windows, the frequency chart for the Oshkosh area (aviation, public safety, EAA & UW-O operations, and the like) and the Ripon-Fisk graphics. Please download...
July 23rd 08 12:24 AM
by Blueskies Go to last post
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Orphaned Engine by [email protected]
Most Experts Arenít. That's something the late Smokey Yunick said back when I was a seaman deuce. Every month my mail delivers one or two messages saying it's still true. The messages usually come from some superbly experienced fellow who has literally spent his life working on cars or trucks. He...
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July 22nd 08 11:41 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Best homebuilt for ~700 nm commute by es330td
I have a firm opportunity to take a much higher paying job and expand my education but taking the family might be difficult. If I have to leave them I'd like to find some way to fly myself back and forth for frequent visits for the 4-5 years I will be there. Flying commercial is not an option as...
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July 22nd 08 11:26 PM
by Peter Dohm Go to last post
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VW Engine Wear Factors by [email protected]
VW Engine Wear Factors The exhaust valves are the weak link in any air cooled Otto Cycle engine using poppet valves. The service manuals for Pratt-Whitney and Wright provide the best examples of how the exhaust valves should be designed for optimum wear. Valve stems of large diameter and...
July 22nd 08 04:51 AM
by flybynightkarmarepair Go to last post
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B-29 Superfortress Open Cockpit Days in Pueblo, CO by Jason[_2_]
WHO: The Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum WHAT: is sponsoring Open Cockpit Days with the World War II strategic bomber the B-29 Superfortress. These Open Cockpit Days will be held over two weekends in August. WHE at the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum located on the grounds of the Pueblo...
July 22nd 08 02:58 AM
by Jason[_2_] Go to last post
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'Kiddie' trade by [email protected]
Someone wrote: "Or even hot rod "kiddie" (after market) stuff" The term 'kiddie trade' was coined by after-market VW retailers to describe customers who act in a foolish or immature fashion, such as buying a chromed part to make their bug go faster, wrapping magnets around the fuel pipe to...
July 20th 08 11:25 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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DSL Connection - Home or Business - Same Low Price by Vince Quaresima
We do not discriminate between DSL connections for residential or business users. Simple reason: costs us the SAME, so why should we charge you MORE??? Service THROUGHOUT the USA!! See our website for full information and line/location pre-qualification.
July 20th 08 10:34 PM
by Vince Quaresima Go to last post
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The EAA should allow us to use our folding bikes at Airventure by Sliker
I'm really tired of their stubborness about this issue. Airventure is the one place a folding bike would be invaluable. But instead, they insist we walk with no assist over the huge area of the fly-in. As a result of their turning a deaf ear to requests for change, I'm not renewing my membership...
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July 20th 08 01:25 PM
by Matt Whiting Go to last post
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1946 Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser Fuel Tank's by Phil
Hello I am a welder by trade , used to work as a certified A/C welder for major company , still do Alum . and 4130 A/C welding , a man brought a wing tank to me from his Piper PA- 12 Super Cruiser today , he has a small leak around one of the fittings , the tank has been soldered together ,...
July 20th 08 11:37 AM
by Bruce A. Frank Go to last post
5 1,201
FYI-Northwest Aero CogBelt PSRU by Bruce A. Frank
I have noted here that Northwest Aero, the manufacturer of the evolution of the Blanton designed cog belt prop speed reduction unit had been sold. The new owner said that he would continue making he PSRUs for the Chevies and Fords. Yesterday I got an Email from another V-6 STOL builder who needed...
July 19th 08 07:25 AM
by Bruce A. Frank Go to last post
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