Absolutely. I'll PM you with my phone and address. Are you flying or driving?
Yes, right on the airport. About midfield, WEST of the fuel station that has a big umbrella-thing over it. (Not east - I'm directional;ly challenged.) Just give me a call or text or e-mail with an ETA when you're around.
Love to get together, but I think Connecticut is a bit off of any "tour the west" itinerary...
My phone no is 714-931-7979. E-mail: PTairco@gmail.com
I'm located at 1951 Airport Drive, hangar 26. It's midfield, just east of the fuel station. Give me a heads up when you're getting into this area. I'm almost always here.
Hi, of course - always happy to meet HBA people and talk airplanes!
My own projects are currently stored in a container in Henderson at the moment, unfortunately. I currently have a Callair in the hangar here, getting fixed up, "cheap and fast", like the owners want. Corona has lots of interesting things going on, lots of homebuilts and antique airplanes and really nice people.
What will you be flying?
I don't think you will want to come in my strip with that PA28
Here's the muni about 5 miles from me
AirNav: KGNF - Grenada Municipal Airport
about 40 miles S of Oxford
I am honored.
We can sure try to make it work. There's nothing at this time that I gotta be away for that I know of. Ellen is booked with her twin grandson's baseball and Ole Miss baseball(in fact she is in Oxford now for games both teams this weekend; she is a meathead) til about end of June I think so yeah when it gets closer give me a call 6624177185 or PM with your schedule. I dunno what kinda plane you got and my strip isn't good for most but I can pick you up over at the muni if that would be best. We will work that out no problem.
Yeah; I'd like that Bill.
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How far along are on your design and/or construction? Do you have a thread that describes it?
One way clutches work at decoupling a system. They are most appropriate when you have resonance that you have to accelerate through to get into your operating range, but the acceleration is slow enough that you spend too much time near the resonance point.