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  1. Thread: CorrosionX

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    My home made spray devise is a hand held fire...

    My home made spray devise is a hand held fire extinguisher bottle with an inner tube filler valve installed on it for compressed air charging. The wand is a 6 ft long 3/16" brake line with small...
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    It is also considered to be a non-structural...

    It is also considered to be a non-structural rivet.
  3. Thread: CorrosionX

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    Interestingly enough, that's exactly what I did. ...

    Interestingly enough, that's exactly what I did. Mixed it at 1/4 alcohol. Still a little thick, but seemed to permeate out.
  4. Thread: CorrosionX

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    I'm using a home made long wand set up. The spray...

    I'm using a home made long wand set up. The spray nozzle isn't the most efficient. It disperses water just fine, but the X is a bit thicker. Need to thin it down to water viscosity.
  5. Thread: CorrosionX

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    CorrosionX

    Has anyone out there tried to thin out CorrosionX for better spraying and atomizing ? What could you use that would not degrade the effectiveness of the CorrosionX ?
  6. Ya know ...... I had to go back and read 91.225....

    Ya know ...... I had to go back and read 91.225. It's interesting. Para.(e)'s first sentence seems to grant a blanket exclusion to non-electric system airplanes. Then the second sentence takes that...
  7. I don't quite understand your stated problem...

    I don't quite understand your stated problem concerning having only 2 choices to either sell or move your airplane. How about removing the transponder /encoder/ ADS-B and using the battery only for...
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    Ya know what ?? I found Cole T. Wagner. He's...

    Ya know what ?? I found Cole T. Wagner. He's still selling STCs and Aeronca parts. 605-532-3862.
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    In these last few years ........... has anybody...

    In these last few years ........... has anybody been able to locate a source for the Wagner STC SA3-372 ?????
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    Certified to EAB.

    Gentlemen;
    I am planning to take a 7AC Champ that is currently in many pieces, that is de-registered (not scrapped or destroyed) and rebuild it with my mods and certify it as a light sport EAB. ...
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    Thought possibly it may not be Cessna, but in my...

    Thought possibly it may not be Cessna, but in my 50 yrs of working on GA aircraft, I only recognize it as Cessna. Photos attached.
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    Cessna trim actuator

    I am trying to identify the part number of a Cessna trim actuator. Externally it looks identical to the Cessna 100 series elevator trim actuators, however it's has a steel case and the end bearings...
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    Ya know, you could try a little deal that Piper...

    Ya know, you could try a little deal that Piper used to install their Tomahawk trainers. It was a heat sink finned can that slid over the oil filter and had an air blast hose nipple on it to connect...
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    I commented to your 4-18-2020 post. The C150B did...

    I commented to your 4-18-2020 post. The C150B did not have the skylight option which made a field approval necessary. The C150M has the option. Go for it !!
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    No FAA field approval or STC is needed for this...

    No FAA field approval or STC is needed for this installation. Check your airplane's approved equipment list. It should list the skylight windows as a piece of optional equipment. If it's on the...
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    Got lots of photos.

    Got lots of photos.
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    OK guys, here's what I wound up doing. Mineral...

    OK guys, here's what I wound up doing. Mineral spirits. I know, not water soluble. The project was C150 wings that had been treated several times with a corrosion preventative over many years. A lot...
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    I did try some paint stripper on few test spots....

    I did try some paint stripper on few test spots. It does work. My concern is that the stripper will get into the lap seams and may not completely wash out. Whadda ya guys think ??
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    Crud removal

    Does anyone know of a good water soluble chemical that will remove years of dirt and oil from the interior of wings and fuselage ?
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    Crud removal

    Does anyone know of a good water soluble chemical that will remove years of dirt and oil from the interior of wings and fuselage ?
  21. I liked that old rule about engine driven...

    I liked that old rule about engine driven electrical system, because I operated an Aeronca L-3 with a battery and a wind driven generator, but was not required to have a transponder or encoder. ...
  22. An additional question may be, "what constitutes...

    An additional question may be, "what constitutes an electrical system" ? Is a hard mounted motorcycle battery operating a nav/com radio and intercom considered an electrical system ? How about...
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    I had contacted my local FSDO for advise on this...

    I had contacted my local FSDO for advise on this situation. He advised on how I could complete a partial 337 for my progressive work entries and then finished up with this statement;

    ...
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    [QUOTE=martymayes;73969]Why was the plane...

    [QUOTE=martymayes;73969]Why was the plane de-registered?

    The last log entry states; " involved in accident rendering it beyond economical repair per insurance provisions". Yes, the airplane was...
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    Aircraft registration

    I am currently restoring a C150 that was wind damaged. The airplane was de-registered in 2015 before I bought it. The original N number will not be available until late 2020 and the airplane will be...
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