Table of Contents
July 2016 Issue
Good things come in small packages. By Paul Dye.
There’s always more to learn (Part 1). By Elliot Seguin.
The Experimental market gets few breaks when it comes to transponder and ADS-B requirements. By Larry Anglisano.
Gray oil is good, but what about black oil that looks like tar? By Vic Syracuse.
Points to ponder at replacement time. By Dana Hague.
Designer of 15 Experimentals, inventor of the Poly-Fiber covering system, and founder of EAA Chapter 1, he was an aviation ambassador for all. By Amy Laboda.
Putting “super” into the intake equation. By Tom Wilson.
Two engines, one prop; ownership without a sales receipt; ultralight registered as E/A-B. By Mel Asberry.
Dealing with builder’s fear. By David Boeshaar.
Cotter pins, safety wire, lock washers, and thread lockers. By Dave Prizio.
Acrylic windshield restoration. By Bob Hadley.
Affordable borescope. By Dave Prizio.
Making a FABulous project. By Jim Weir.
By Dan Horton.
Bolted joints. By David Paule.
Fixed pitch vs. constant speed. By Barnaby Wainfan.
Repetition. By Paul Dye.
Are they ever finished? By Vic Syracuse.
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