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 21 
 on: Today at 02:44:51 AM 
Started by frank williams - Last post by Bob Reeves
I wasn't able to find that thread either which is disappointing as I am planning on finishing my next airplane as described. Can't remember who posted it..

Thinking he said he thinned it but not sure...

 22 
 on: Today at 02:01:07 AM 
Started by pat king - Last post by Gordon Van Tighem
The family is growing!
PDK, Brodak and older Sig.

 23 
 on: Today at 12:11:40 AM 
Started by Sean McEntee - Last post by Sean McEntee
   Um, son. It's Tom LAY. If he was still around he might never build you another engine if you didn't get the name correct!
   Sure do miss the Layster. Sad
   Type at you later,
    Dad

I blame my phone...

 24 
 on: Today at 12:08:26 AM 
Started by jason Pearson - Last post by Dan McEntee
    Hey Jason! I am sorry I missed the shindig today. I was off work all week, but was busy with a trip out of town to take care of some family business, and trying to get caught up on some stuff here at home. I wasn't planning to fly because I don't have any expendable airplanes right now so was just gonna help out. Got to bed real late after working on the giant mess in my basement, and over slept! I hope you do it again next year, and I manage to be ready for it!
   Type at you later,
     Dan McEntee

 25 
 on: Today at 12:05:02 AM 
Started by Dennis Toth - Last post by Randy Cuberly
Allen- You got it, less pressure at the pushrod end. How do I attach the wire to the horn? I put a ~1/2' length of 1/8" sq. brass tubing on the 3/32 horn wire and solder it well with Stabrite solder. I drill a 1/8"hole in the horn and file it out square and a tight fit and Stabrite that joint too. Works for me, I know others will frown on such method but this way I can make all my own control parts exactly the way I want them, including my bellcranks.

Actually Don, I think that' a great method if you must use brass.  Jim Hoffman from Phoenix used to make horns simisar to the for big airplanes.  Worked very well and no failures.  It does seem a little labor intensive though!

Randy Cuberly

 26 
 on: Today at 12:00:19 AM 
Started by jason Pearson - Last post by Clint Ormosen
WAM has a place to relive the history and share stories. Visit on Facebook under WAM.

Except typing "WAM" into FB gets you nothing. You have to search for "Western Associated Modelers".

 27 
 on: Yesterday at 11:57:08 PM 
Started by Sean McEntee - Last post by Dan McEntee
   Um, son. It's Tom LAY. If he was still around he might never build you another engine if you didn't get the name correct!
   Sure do miss the Layster. Sad
   Type at you later,
    Dad

 28 
 on: Yesterday at 11:56:32 PM 
Started by Leester - Last post by Randy Cuberly
That's really pretty Mark!  I noticed the adjustable leadouts.  Think I'm going to go with the original over/under setup.  I'll just have to fiddle with the CG till I hit the right leadout position.  Hopefully the kit specs are pretty close.  I can bench trim it to within a whisker I believe.

Dave

No Dave...Use adjustable leadouts!...Dont throw away 30 years of advancement in Stunters!  Not only adjustable but separately adjustable. 

Randy Cuberly

 29 
 on: Yesterday at 11:53:24 PM 
Started by Shug Emery - Last post by Dan McEntee
  The more I look at it, I may have a picture of that tire also! The ground squirrels or chipmunks or whatever they were were fin to watch. I wonder what all that foam did to the critter's lower gastrointestinal tract!
   Type at you later,
    Dan McEntee

 30 
 on: Yesterday at 11:51:05 PM 
Started by Sean McEntee - Last post by Randy Cuberly
Looking Good Sean...get back to work!   Turn Layingdown

Randy Cuberly

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