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Topics: 9 / Replies: 9
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RE: Better prop

After more research, it seems like sensenich is the only certified wood prop that I can find. Called them up, and the wood airplane prop guy there kn...

4 months ago
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RE: Better prop

I guess I was a bit unclear about metal props. They placard for restricted rpm between 2100 and 2300 rpm. The vast majority of serious crankshaft re...

5 months ago
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RE: Wing covering conundrums

Oh, and I covered the wings with the tanks out, so if I were to cover the tanks it would only be over the tanks as a separate piece.

3 years ago
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RE: Wing covering conundrums

Thank you for the help. I looked at the service manual, and found no info. Where did you get the drawings? Haven't found them in searches. Thanks ...

3 years ago
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Re: Prop change for 108-1 with 150 Franklin?

Thank you for the input. I'm going to Air Venture & will look up the prop people. Maybe my concerns on the metal prop are unfounded. You know h...

4 years ago
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Re: Trying to catch the ball

Thank you all for the advise and help. I flew the Stinson today after replacing the worn out/uneven rudder return springs, the tail too tight wheel s...

5 years ago
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Re: Trying to catch the ball

The rudder cable tension springs are also messed up. Figured something wasn't right after I removed the tail wheel and the natural position of the ru...

5 years ago
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Re: Trying to catch the ball

Got it all apart. Rubber bushing thingie on the front of the leaf spring into the fuselage is missing. Steel tube on fuselage is wallowed out a bit....

5 years ago
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Re: Trying to catch the ball

Thank you. I'll look at all of those things. After jacking the tail, I noticed the tail wheel main support spring is loose side to side at the lower...

5 years ago
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