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Now that's cool! I love Golden Age airplanes .
I take the stabs off my 35% Extra to make it easier to get in and out of the house and easier to store.
All my other planes stay on.
On my Carf I epoxied a blind nut in the tube, and on the Krill I used a hardwood dowel that I drilled and tapped, then CA'd the threads and retapped.
The screw through the tube works fine, but it's easier to get a tight fit with tabs and bolts through the end rib.
Earl, Where did you get the flat louver panels? I've used the curved ones, but I've never seen the flat ones for sale anywhere.
I agree, and that isn't just my dislike of the sound of stock mufflers talking.
I saw that come into play with DA85's. A can or a tuned pipe...
This is my weapon of choice for making the cut.
Cowl splitting can be a bit unnerving, but not really all that bad.
The worst for me was leaving 72 degrees in North Carolina many years ago and a few hours later having to push some idiots 280Z that was stuck in...
I'm not sure what they can use on an airplane now days, but in the automotive world you can still buy "Aircraft" Paint Remover, and if you get it...
One of my favorite things in the world to do is fabricate something just to see if I can.:yesss:
There is a lot of really awesome workmanship in this thread, thanks for sharing it with us.!
Yep, a whole thread.;)