The guys in the one powder coating forum I used to frequent used RockWool insulation for their ovens.
They liked its resistance to fire and heat.
It's not nearly as cheap as the fiberglass, but right now, nothing's cheap.
The hood totally encloses your head and neck, down to you shoulders.
The air enters the rear of the hood and inflates a collar at the bottom of it, and then the air flows over your head.
If I shrug my shoulders or change positions so that my shoulders move up, the hood will move up off of my...
I got the full hood due to the fact that I am using 2K polyurethanes and wanted as much protection as I could get.
It's nice not having your eyes get dry from the fumes, and it has a replaceable HEPA filter built into the blower, too.
I use a HobbyAir 2 that I purchased from here: http://autobodystore.net/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=HP
I get a nice cool breeze of air that washes over your head, helping keep you cool in the hotter months.
No smell of solvents, no having my eyes get dry from fumes, etc...
Here is the link for the Yahoo Preceptor group: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/flypreceptor/info
There are manuals, pictures and plans. If you can't find them, just post your question and someone will be glad to help you.
I believe DuWayne is still in business, but I've heard of others who have also had some difficulty getting in touch with him. Join the Yahoo Preceptor group and see if anyone there has an engine mount or can build one for you.
I had a friend use U-Ship last year to ship a '66 Chevy he had purchased, to his house.
The price was reasonable, the car arrived on time and undamaged.
Check it out, I don't think it costs anything to register or get a quote.
I purchased an ultralight and thought I would take enough lessons to get competent with the ultralight.
However, before I began, I decided to just get my PPL because that would provide me with everything I would need, regardless of whether I decided to move up or not.
I figured if it took me 12...