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Posted in thread: CESSNA 152 AEROBAT 1960s AIRCRAFT AEROBATICS PROMOTIONAL FILM 53264 on 04-27-2017 at 10:14 PM
Does he have a terminal illness or what ? Seriously you should tell yourfriend to stop flying
with such foolish behavior . Death wish I guess ?:eek:It's amazing how quick a 150 can do a
snaproll. It l...
Posted in thread: CESSNA 152 AEROBAT 1960s AIRCRAFT AEROBATICS PROMOTIONAL FILM 53264 on 04-27-2017 at 03:19 PM
I have a friend with a stock C150 who does one snaproll after another (8 or 10)over my strip
when he's passing thru, at 500' or less. Quite a show at 11pm with the strobes and landing
light on. His fu...
Posted in thread: J3 Cowling Question on 04-26-2017 at 06:18 PM
I'm replacing all of my cowlings from the nose to the boot cowl. Who makes the best replacement
cowls Univair or WagAero? Which have the best fit?What exhaust do you have?Glenn
Posted in thread: Hangar size planning, any advice to share? on 04-26-2017 at 12:32 PM
Mine is only 9' and works fine. But if your ever thinking of a biplane 10' would be minimum. I
would have built it higher but a hangar looses it's asesthetic balanced look as it gets higher.
It's in m...
Posted in thread: 2 Questions on 04-26-2017 at 12:19 PM
My W&B is in an App on my iPhone which I always take with me.* I do keep a laminated copy in
the plane, just in case. *Last time I forgot my phone, I ended up losing an engine and landed
on a rural as...
Posted in thread: Fly ins and air shows coming up on 04-26-2017 at 01:40 AM
One of these years I need to make Reading and GrimesGlenn
Posted in thread: Ailerons Cables tension on 04-26-2017 at 01:36 AM
. The Stearman has all ball bearings and push rods, and is so loosey goosey on the ground we
have to tie the stick even in calm winds - but once airborne they feel like our Cub
Posted in thread: Ailerons Cables tension on 04-26-2017 at 01:35 AM
On my Cubs the air load overwhelms the friction load. The Stearman has all ball bearings and
push rods, and is so loosey goosey on the ground we have to tie the stick even in calm winds -
but once air...
Posted in thread: Carb heat RPM drop on 04-25-2017 at 07:40 PM
Stromberg Bob is full of knowledge and does fine work. But the first thing he does is tell you
to ground your aircraft, followed up with stories about insurance companies ruining your day
Posted in thread: Hangar size planning, any advice to share? on 04-25-2017 at 04:05 AM
That won't be a better way when trying to hold onto it in the wind.Works just fine, my friend
on a windy hill has been using his for 30 yearsGlenn