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    ABOUT ME

  • 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.
  • Mechanical Engineer

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  • Posted in thread: Lunkenheimer Primer on 10-17-2017 at 06:13 PM
    Here is a post on the SuperCub forum. Someone thinks its Metric, others a fine pitch UNEF, some
    a British thread. I would take it to a Hardware store and try a few fittings or a machine shop
    who would...

  • Posted in thread: J-3 wheel covers on 10-17-2017 at 05:49 PM
    If you look at the still picture there appears to be no stamping on the hub cap, maybe part
    number 31702 for J-3 Cub. Drawing states 31702-2 with Stencil for L-4. Just an observation. ...
    then I could...

  • Posted in thread: J-3 wheel covers on 10-17-2017 at 12:42 PM
    Just for reference, this is a still from the YT video on Inspection of a J-3 Cub. Shows no
    black letters on the wheel caps. May started as someones blink and has become the
    norm?[ame="https://www.yout...

  • Posted in thread: Rob Palmer on 10-17-2017 at 12:31 PM
    Wow! ....

  • Posted in thread: Starting fuselage build ... on 10-17-2017 at 12:23 PM
    NE Cub .... They maybe unique to the L-4 only. I have not researched the J3 for these parts,
    but it does make since to have them on both models.Bob .... no problem, maybe 6-1/2 months
    ;)Didier .... on...

  • Posted in thread: Starting fuselage build ... on 10-16-2017 at 04:33 PM
    Here are the drawings for the two wood parts. You may need to adjust to fit your plane.

  • Posted in thread: Starting fuselage build ... on 10-16-2017 at 04:21 PM
    I can not find anything that limits the sliding window travel in the down position. The way the
    rivets are placed in the triangle sheet metal pieces, two of them are within the U-channel. I
    find that ...

  • Posted in thread: Starting fuselage build ... on 10-16-2017 at 01:57 PM
    Weekend up date 10-16-17 ... Often missing parts. These wood part are add to keep the trim
    cable from rubbing on the fabric and to blend in the trim block to the tube when fabric is
    applied as called ...

  • Posted in thread: Rob Palmer on 10-16-2017 at 11:28 AM
    He posts on the FaceBook "Aviation Sheet Metal" page.

  • Posted in thread: Piper l-4 h / l-4j airbox on 10-11-2017 at 11:50 AM
    Pictures?????KAP

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Thanks for reading. KAP "The L-4H Project" Presently building an L-4, Experimental. From copies of Piper L-4 Drawings. Built a Pietenpol AirCamper, Model-A powered, NX3116.
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April 13, 2014  •  04:14 AM
Hi I have to ask why the Fifinella. You see my mom was a wasp WWII 44. Steve
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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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