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Is there a trick for installing a Tinnerman spring nut? by Michael Horowitz
Folks - I know that if I get someone to sit inside and hold the flat Tinnerman fastener, I can screw in a machine screw from beneath the a/c. This is not the type of fasterner that clips on to the edge of the metal. For one person trying to either install or remove a screw from the afore mentioned...
July 14th 03 04:01 AM
by Craig Go to last post
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Port Orchard (4WA9) by Rich S.
I found out yesterday that Port Orchard airport (4WA9) will temporarily close tomorrow, July 14, for two weeks or so. The owners are ripping out the existing blacktop and going to repave. The taxiway was taken out Friday. It's the "or so" that bothers me. I can only hope the project is...
July 13th 03 10:15 PM
by Rich S. Go to last post
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Chewed-up coupling connector - How-to? by Michael Horowitz
Folks - The oil pressure sensor/tube is secured to the engine block of my A-65 by a brass connector which is getting pretty chewed up; Over the years previous owners apparently using something other than the correct tool to tighten it down. I'm told (please correct me if my understanding is...
July 13th 03 08:42 PM
by Cy Galley Go to last post
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T88 by Adair
So can one use T88 to glue bell cranks to spars on flaps?
July 13th 03 07:09 PM
by Orval Fairbairn Go to last post
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Pack guns in your little airplane by Rich S.
"pac plyer" wrote The same could be done for part 91 flight. We could all write Phil Boyer at AOPA and Paul Jr. at EAA and suggest arming ourselves at little airports across America. This would keep non-flying TSA drones out of our hair while at the same time...
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July 13th 03 05:45 PM
by Peter Gottlieb Go to last post
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Arlington trip by C J Campbell
Three of my students and I took the 206 to Arlington yesterday. We had to go IFR since the ceiling at Tacoma Narrows was only 400 feet. However, we broke out on top at 1400 and sailed under clear blue skies to Arlington, which was clear below 11,000. I was concerned about getting in there IFR and...
July 13th 03 04:00 PM
by C J Campbell Go to last post
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Change in TAS with constant Power and increasing altitude. by Big John
Chris At you talking about throtttle setting?. To hold the same % POWER as you climb, you have to advance the throttle until you get WOT from which point the % power decreases as you continue the climb. Big John Point of the sword On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 23:10:39 GMT, Chris W wrote:
July 13th 03 03:29 PM
by Kevin Horton Go to last post
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Propeller by Jan Carlsson
There is a computer design program on my web-page www.jcpropellerdesign.com The program also content a help page. Also, Eric Clutton's booklet have some good praktical tips. best Jan Carlsson "AWV" skrev i meddelandet ... I would like to...
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July 12th 03 10:36 PM
by dann mann Go to last post
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Stick and Rudder's 'Safety plane' by Barnyard BOb --
Ernest Christley misfired the following: I'm about halfway through this book. It is quite an eye opener. The author's explanations seem so insightful, cogent and complete. However, there's this one blemish. Printed in 1944, the author makes the claim that the rudder will disappear in just a...
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July 12th 03 04:13 PM
by Ace Pilot Go to last post
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Looking for web addrress by Errol Groff
Last year, after Oshkosh, someone posted a web site that had a very nice collection of photos in a slide show sort of format. They showed, in part, the planes around his in the show plane parking area. One of the photos was a DC 3 I believe firing up its' engines with a great cloud of smoke. I...
July 12th 03 07:27 AM
by David O Go to last post
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Guns & Common Sense by Veeduber
From: Veeduber ) Subject: Geezer's answer to Newbie questions View: Complete Thread (3 articles) Original Format Newsgroups: rec.guns Date: 1997/07/09 Dear Newbie,
July 12th 03 05:58 AM
by Barnyard BOb -- Go to last post
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SUV thing by Fastglasair
I'm hoping he'll tell the rest of us the answer to that SUV thing. :-) What is the SUV thing?
July 12th 03 05:32 AM
by Barnyard BOb -- Go to last post
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Canard static port location by Paul Lee
Where do you canard owners locate your static pressure ports? The SQ2000 has a handy spot for the ram air pitot port at the front. But where would be a good place for static port. The SQ2000 fus. tapers evenly until it reaches the door - where the body is parallel to...
July 12th 03 02:55 AM
by DBryan Go to last post
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Aircraft Designations by David Townend
The second printing of "Military Aircraft Designations and Systems" is still available. We were out of print soon after our October 2002 printing so it is good to have copies available again. We are also able to hold the original price, too. Military Aircraft designations catalogued from 1913 to...
July 12th 03 02:15 AM
by David Townend Go to last post
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High Altitude operations (Turbo charge???) by Andre
I operate off an airfield with a ground elevation of 5327 feet ASL. Obviously my engine (VW 1835cc with Zenith Carb) feels the altitude somewhat. I am thinking.... Would Turbo charging help? What about an electric blower to increase manifold pressure maybe? Or how about a NOS system?
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July 11th 03 11:59 PM
by Model Flyer Go to last post
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Need a ride from Milwauke to OshKosh by Steve Ruse
Some of my friend's plans fell through so I'm having to make some changes to my OshKosh plans. I'll be flying into Milwaukee on Wednesday evening, & flying out of Milwaukee on Sunday. That leaves me about 90 miles from all the fun though. Is anyone heading my way with an extra seat (car or plane)...
July 11th 03 07:40 PM
by Ron Natalie Go to last post
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British Homebuilt Aeroplane needs Identifying by Phillip Rhodes
Hello I'm trying to ID an aircraft which appeared in a recent copy of the Driffield Times in the UK http://members.lycos.co.uk/driffieldflyer/ for more info Cheers Phillip Rhodes
July 11th 03 04:10 PM
by Ed Wischmeyer Go to last post
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Powered Parachute Plans- correction by Cy Galley
Sorry! I don't want anyone to get hurt! When you pay for info it is more likely to be correct and designed right. Why should someone give you all the time and effort plus their knowledge and training they spent in designing, building and test flying a successful powered parachute? ...
July 11th 03 03:43 AM
by Cy Galley Go to last post
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oil cooling by [email protected]
Using a radiator that has provision for cooling transmission oil in the Ford V6 installation I'm installing on my BD4. Has anyone used this for cooling engine oil? How did it work out?
July 11th 03 02:15 AM
by clare @ snyder.on .ca Go to last post
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white lightning by mansour
I am interested in the "White lightning Wlac-1" and I would wish to obtain all technical information relating to it. For examples: airfoils used (wing, empennage etc.... I would be also purchaser of certain parts of the Kit or plans. This plane it was built in Europe?. Thank you to answer as...
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July 10th 03 08:46 PM
by Jay Go to last post
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