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Clark
Clark
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Last Activity: 3 days ago
Joined: 02-09-2018
Location: Onsted, MI USA
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  • I have question regarding Identifying instruments that may be containing radium. Short of a radiation detection device are there any additional identification publications, or rules of thumb, other than to consider all as containing it until it is known otherwise. Is there a general rule of manufactured...
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  • Thanks to you too, LostnSpace. I joined local EAA when realizing I wanted to get involved again and knew I would need technical assistance from time to time. But forgot last nights meeting ha!
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  • Thanks woodmw, I appreciate the input.
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  • I am not sure how the blog is utilized within the Taylorcraft forum community but have been interested in keeping track of the restoration, enjoying my interaction with others that similar minded, and find specific assistance when items come up which are unfamiliar. Hope others find it useful as well. I found a Thread line of a fellow back in 2010 called "New to the Forum." A lot of initial information was passed around. Hank Jarrett suggested to one of the commentators that he start a thread line identifying his aircraft and himself and do the following: "AJ, 1) Start a thread called AJ's restoration. 2) Take a picture of a part and post it. (ANY part) 3) Wait for the identification, and probably pictures of where it goes and how it is attached 4) Fix up the part and put it on the plane 5) Repeat as necessary It REALLY IS as easy as that. Takes time, but you will be amazed at the help that is available here. It's a blast for us too. I'm having a blast already. I registered my aircraft on t

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    started a blog post Valentine, 1940 Model BL 65

    Valentine, 1940 Model BL 65

    My initial was too long here is the rest.

    The windshield has been removed, it seems in good condition but time and inspection will tell.

    The engine is all disconnected but am waiting for the engine stand to get completed. Would appreciate any inputs on this project....
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  • Re: Valentine, A 1940 Model B

    Eric, I am about 90 miles from Kalamazoo and the aircraft spent some time there in early forties. I spent about ten years there. Between working and attending college from 1973-1984.
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  • Re: Valentine, A 1940 Model B

    Thank you Michael. I intend to stick with the 0-145. There will be a learning curve of course but, I think I may be quite happy with it.
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  • Re: Valentine, A 1940 Model B

    Thank you, John. Best wishes on your 1940 BC. I look forward to tracking your progress.
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