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  • Divorced. Adventurous spirit, Son & Daughter married. No baggage. Love living life! Looking for someone to share life with.
  • Northwood, NH
  • Love airplanes, flying & building, motorcycles, kayaking, violin .... and lots more.
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  • Posted in thread: Skeleton Print on 05-24-2016 at 11:41 PM
    You are pretty rude. Are you all like that?That hurt my feelings ... :(KAP

  • Posted in thread: Skeleton Print on 05-24-2016 at 09:01 PM
    Yes I figured as much being its your first post. Worth anything? I think the Cub Club sell
    copies for $5.Its like the violin found at a yard sale, everyone thinks its a Stradivarius and
    worth millions...

  • Posted in thread: Skeleton Print on 05-24-2016 at 07:46 PM
    If you are asking a question, you may have an answer in mind. Other then its a drawing showing
    the J3 Cub air-frame not covered, what else is there to say about the drawing ... ?KAP

  • Posted in thread: Factory - Floor Boards on 05-24-2016 at 12:58 PM
    Really how about adding a link your posting since you are familiar with the web and location of
    those pictures.Yes really, really, really. There are some great pictures of the inside paint
    scheme as P...

  • Posted in thread: Props on 05-24-2016 at 12:29 PM
    From the SkyRanger Newletter:PROP: (Erich Bauer) Factory original prop was Sensenich 74FC46 for
    a tapered shaft engine, 74FK46 for a flanged shaft.Maybe ...?KAP

  • Posted in thread: Factory - Floor Boards on 05-24-2016 at 12:19 PM
    Lots of pictures on the web ....KAP

  • Posted in thread: Covering My 46 J-3. Poly Questions on 05-24-2016 at 12:17 PM
    I see in the Piper construction video that the floor boards do not set on the bottom longerons.
    Likewise they are install prior to the inside fabric covering proving that and that the floor
    broads hav...

  • Posted in thread: Starting fuselage build ... on 05-23-2016 at 11:40 AM
    Starting to do the finish welding on the fuselage. Decided not to remove the wing support
    structure so I will add in the rear diagonal brace now.Enjoy,KAP

  • Posted in thread: Old Cub Videos on 05-19-2016 at 11:50 AM
    I like how in the 30's they just built light airplanes like it was no big
    everything has to be a big production. With todays production facility's 40K should cover a Cub
    being produced.I...

  • Posted in thread: Wing Parts Color Question on 05-16-2016 at 12:10 PM
    I was told that some aircraft companies building wood wings were totally assembled and just
    before covering, they were dipped in big vats of varnish ... everything. I love the video of a
    Piper employe...

  • Keri-Ann Price
    Keri-Ann Price
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Built a Pietenpol AirCamper, Model-A powered, NX3116. Presently building an L-4, Experimental. From Cub Club Drawings. My goal .... is to be different. My Engineering ADD & OCD .... I like to take a really straight forward simple project and make it as complicated as possible .... "Building an airplane is just a series of problems to be solved."
April 13, 2014  •  04:14 AM
Hi I have to ask why the Fifinella. You see my mom was a wasp WWII 44. Steve
December 19, 2014  •  01:45 AM
Keri, really enjoyed looking over the photos of your work on the wood Cub wings. I have not seen the Cub Club Cub plans. How much of your build do you have completed? There is a guy at work that built a PnP that won a number of awards at Oshkosh. He keeps it at the airport our EAA group hosts its meetings. Beautiful plane. How much time do you have on you PnP? I look forward to following the rest of your build. There are some significant differences between the wood and metal wings. I am not a Cub history buff so I do not know if the changes are by age or if they were specifically for the metal spar. The immediate difference is the location of the "H" shaped drag strut assembly. The entire "H" is located next to the rib and your assembly straddles the rib. The pulley routing is probably similar. Thank you for the help you have offered. Maybe we will runinto each other when we get our projects flying. Till then good luck with you build. Joseph Begany

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