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Valentine, A 1940 Model B
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  • Clark
    24323 Vallentine 2nd challenge
    Clark
    Wanted to open tail of fuselage as I figured worst corrosion would probably be found there. As I did so I got excited as there wasn't any fabric on bottom of last tail triangle area. I thought that's pretty clever. Next day I went out to vacuum and take pictures in that area. As I did so I realized...
    1 day ago
  • swift1b
    BC12D Brake Pedal Power
    swift1b
    I am installing hydraulic brakes using Cleveland Wheel/Brake kit. I also plan to use the Cleveland 10-65 Master Cylinders by setting them up in a manner to use the existing pedals/ (pull) cables to activate the MC/Brakes . . Is there a way to determine how much leverage the existing pedals produce?...
    1 day ago
  • RyanShort1
    Redbird Squadron, CAF, Dallas Executive Airport, Taylorcraft L-2
    RyanShort1
    So I'm still looking for the "right" project plane, but I'm a bit "back" in the Taylorcraft world as I'm now officially on staff with a tiny Commemorative Air Force Squadron called the "Redbird Squadron." We have a Taylorcraft L-2 for now. An L-2 was the first Taylorcraft...
    2 days ago

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  • Clark
    The project develops character.
    Clark
    Opened up tail of fuselage as I wanted to see condition of tubing. Got enthused when realizing the fabric at bottom of fuselage had been omitted. Next day I went out to vacuum area out and take pictures. As I did so I realized the tube didn't look right. Upon closer look I found this....
    The crack goes almost completely around the tube.
    1 day ago

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  • Nefj40
    Moving the gascolator
    Nefj40
    I'm in the process of installing a Luscombe exhaust, and the lower bung on the cabin heat muff hits the gascolator. There was nothing in Terry's paperwork to address this problem. Any ideas or supporting paperwork?
    03-29-2014, 05:33
  • Clark
    24323 Vallentine 2nd challenge
    Clark
    Wanted to open tail of fuselage as I figured worst corrosion would probably be found there. As I did so I got excited as there wasn't any fabric on bottom of last tail triangle area. I thought that's pretty clever. Next day I went out to vacuum and take pictures in that area. As I did so I realized...
    1 day ago
  • swift1b
    BC12D Brake Pedal Power
    swift1b
    I am installing hydraulic brakes using Cleveland Wheel/Brake kit. I also plan to use the Cleveland 10-65 Master Cylinders by setting them up in a manner to use the existing pedals/ (pull) cables to activate the MC/Brakes . . Is there a way to determine how much leverage the existing pedals produce?...
    1 day ago
  • Jaycor
    1939 Taylorcraft BL65 - Rebuild Project Intro
    Jaycor
    Folks:
    Quick intro: My name is Darren and I'm the President of EAA Chapter 15 and the Jaycor Foundation. We recently acquired a '39 BL65 we are going to restore with the local aviation university, Lewis University, a long over venture I've been working on for years. The whole project is being...
    3 days ago
  • Clark
    The project develops character.
    Clark
    Opened up tail of fuselage as I wanted to see condition of tubing. Got enthused when realizing the fabric at bottom of fuselage had been omitted. Next day I went out to vacuum area out and take pictures. As I did so I realized the tube didn't look right. Upon closer look I found this....
    The crack goes almost completely around the tube.
    1 day ago
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