EricJ

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  1. Total non-sequitur there, imho. Pee on my leg and tell me its raining.
  2. This is another fine candidate for an Owner Produced Part, I think.
  3. It didn't seem to me to be any worse than the pics of Marauder's girls that show up here from time to time. It's nothing I haven't seen at the local Wal-Mart before.
  4. I like the model airplane in the background.
  5. Jack Benny was 39 when that episode was filmed.
  6. While I fully appreciate eman's appropriate cool pic contribution, this is the best I can do:
  7. Can also make one out of sheetmetal any size you want.
  8. Just an FYI, but never test a transmitter without a load (antenna) attached. It can damage the Power Amplifier in the transmitter.
  9. Nice. I had a 1947 Willy's CJ2A, but somebody had put an F-head engine from a CJ3 in it. It wasn't really much different than the flathead, except it had a bulge in the hood for the taller motor. I did a lot of four-wheeling in it. It was quite the mule.
  10. EricJ

    Cloudahoy

    Avare (a free android EFB) will also generate a KML file and there's an option to have it email it to you when you close the app. I've been using this for quite a while to determine flight time, review flights, etc. You can also view KML tracks on mymaps.google.com or earth.google.com. Either will import KML files. Earth has 3D view capability. I think those aren't as sophisticated as cloudahoy, but they're free and easy to use.
  11. Until you need roads and streets to drive them on. I don't really agree with the initial premise, anyway.
  12. Just pull back gently on the yoke... ;)
  13. You can get much wider rolls. I think I used 6".