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 on: Today at 02:47:41 PM 
Started by dagored - Last post by Phil Krankowski
I bought this
http://www.ebay.com/itm/251549842581?_trksid=p2050601.m570.l4469&_trkparms=gh1g%3DI251549842581.N17.S2.M-16856.R4.TR6

limp as limp can be.

Phil

 62 
 on: Today at 02:45:55 PM 
Started by James Mills - Last post by Jim Kraft
Absolutely two of the nicest people on and off the circle. I am blessed to know them and hope and pray Marvin is improving. The honesty,kindness, and integrity of people like Marvin are what makes C/L what it is.

 63 
 on: Today at 02:38:39 PM 
Started by dagored - Last post by dagored
I just think the clunk can't keep up with the fuel....... Coffee

 64 
 on: Today at 02:38:33 PM 
Started by jfv - Last post by MikeyPratt
I've got the kit traced out now and will be sending the plans out probably early next week after visiting Staples, Post office etc.

Anyone who wants a copy of the tracings send me you Address and I'll get you a copy of the plans.

I'll be making notes on the drawing tonight as to grain direction, sheet width, etc. Because this is a AJ Free Fight kit of the original sterling kit the wood is thicker and lighter tnan the original sterling kit . Typical 3/16 instead of 1/8 wood as an example.

 

Hey McCoy,
Juan is sending me a tracing of the parts but I still need tracings of the wing ribs.  It would be a good idea to compair the copies from Juan and you to make sure I have the correct drawings.

Later,
Mikey

 65 
 on: Today at 02:19:36 PM 
Started by James Mills - Last post by Bill Mohrbacher
Marvin and Rhea used to spend some time in the MECA tent when they were still able to come over to Brodak's.  What and interesting couple.  One year MECA secretary Walt Zimmerman who used to fly rescue choppers was in the MECA tent.  Marvin was a crewman on the B-36 at the time and they swapped 50's airforce stories for what seemed like an afternoon.  We used to phone each other every couple of months.  Last year when Marvin was in better condition from the cancer, he told me he was recovering from a car accident.  He had run over himself getting the morning paper out of the mailbox.  Marvin never looses his sense of humor; bless him!

 66 
 on: Today at 01:58:24 PM 
Started by dagored - Last post by Jim Kraft
Does it shut off and then restart? Might just be the Fox burp instead of the tank.

 67 
 on: Today at 01:57:28 PM 
Started by Leester - Last post by Gordon Van Tighem
IPad posts upside down till you enlarge then they are upright.
....or operator error?

 68 
 on: Today at 01:54:10 PM 
Started by dagored - Last post by Tim Wescott
In this regard, where can a fellow buy some soft tubing that works well in a clunk tank.

 I have tried the Sullivan web site, but can't get info on softer tubing.  Where else to find some sure would help.

I look for silicone tubing that's one size smaller in diameter than what I'd use externally.  If there's a choice between thick wall and thin I go thin.

Remember that the stuff just needs to traverse the outside edge of the tank from top to bottom -- if the fuel isn't being thrown to someplace on that outside wall, then something is wrong with the plane.

 69 
 on: Today at 01:43:54 PM 
Started by Paul Taylor - Last post by Paul Taylor
Great info guys. Thanks Hoff

One thing I forgot to mention. I have to raise the crutch 1/8 in.  It's sitting flush in the picture. So that brings things up a little more.
 Head bang

 70 
 on: Today at 01:39:25 PM 
Started by Gordon Van Tighem - Last post by Gordon Van Tighem
Great stuff, I remember the many miles of concrete well.
Thanks, hope you find more.....
G

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