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Re: Cleveland / Parker Hannafin PRM #13A

66-106 is an organic lining, again just do normal braking to a stop on, off, on, off,on then off ... From: Ron Fearnow colfearnow@... [RV7A]
Bobbi Boucher
Jun 30
#7941
 
7940

Re: Cleveland / Parker Hannafin PRM #13A

The 66-106 are the organics. I did get a copy of the document if anyone else needs it!
Ralph E. Capen
Jun 29
#7940
 
7939

Re: Cleveland / Parker Hannafin PRM #13A

Ralph, Not sure what organic break linings are.....I use the pads from Van's: 4-WHLM66-106 linings and associated rivets. According to their instruction
Ron Fearnow
Jun 29
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7938

Re: Cleveland / Parker Hannafin PRM #13A

you are better off just doing normal braking , on off,on, off do not drag ... From: 'Ralph E. Capen' recapen@... [RV7A] To:
Bobbi Boucher
Jun 29
#7938
 
7937

Re: RV-List: Re: Cleveland / Parker Hannafin PRM #13A

David, Thanks! Exactly what I was looking for! Ralph
Ralph E. Capen
Jun 29
#7937
 
7936

Cleveland / Parker Hannafin PRM #13A

Folks, I'm looking for an electronic copy of the Product Reference Memo #13A which outlines the Brake Lining Conditioning Procedure for Organic Brake Linings
Ralph E. Capen
Jun 29
#7936
 
7935

WTFind: A&P for engine build

Hi All. I'm looking for an A&P that will assist me in building a safe and reliable IO-360-M1B in the Phoenix, AZ area for my RV7 project. I have a contact that
pazmanyflyer
Dec 19, 2016
#7935
 
7934

Re: Using the RV as a tow plane

Paul is correct...a properly equipped RV (single pilot) on a cool day can do the job. It's all about physics: RV-7 with 200 HP and a constant speed prop and
Ron Fearnow
Dec 17, 2016
#7934
 
7933

Re: Using the RV as a tow plane

Against fats Read your operating limitations Sent from my iPhone ... Against fats Read your operating limitations Sent from my iPhone On Dec 16, 2016, at 2:42
Vern Darley
Dec 16, 2016
#7933
 
7932

Re: Using the RV as a tow plane

Hi, I’m a CFI-G, a tow pilot, and a mechanical engineer. It is necessary to climb at relatively slow speeds when towing gliders. Sixty mph is a typical
Paul Randall
Dec 16, 2016
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7931

Re: Using the RV as a tow plane

... No doubt it could tote (tow) the load, but how many gliders would be comfortable being towed at 65-70 kts? That's about the minimum *comfortable* speed in
RV7 builder
Dec 16, 2016
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7930

Using the RV as a tow plane

Does anyone have first hand experience using their RV as a tow plane ? Wondering about a variety of issues such as: Performance Location for tow release
ez944sj
Dec 16, 2016
#7930
 
7929

Re: Right turning tendency

On my RV9A I had a twisted flap. I could measure the twist by comparing the inboard flap angle to the outboard flap angle. On one side they were close to
Michael Burbidge
Nov 28, 2016
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7928

Re: Right turning tendency

It sounds like step one would be to resolve and repair the (sounds like from the description) poor workmanship on the part of the builder. You can’t adjust
Bill Swaim
Nov 28, 2016
#7928
 
7927

Re: Right turning tendency

I also agree with the other items mentioned about the wing heaviness.  I have manual aileron trim.  If the wing heavy situation only rears its head when I'm
Robert Morrison
Nov 28, 2016
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