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Old 05-04-2013, 08:48 PM   #5481
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But according to Turbs, you're senile so it you don't count and as for mackman, he just doesn't know any better.

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Come on OC - it doesn't matter if its an airplane or an awning pole, just do it right.
Not a question of doing it right, but all fasteners do not have to be torqued. the locking portion of a nyloc nut only has to have the nylon insert engaged to perform the design intent of not coming off due to vibration.

Anyway, enough already.
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We safety wired critical items on our race cars also and still have the mil spec 0.032 wire and 2 sets of pliers. Drain plug was one of the critical items.
Still got my pliers (forget the brand name). A lot of things that once required sw on some of the older planes do not on the newer ones - a lot of the old "cannon plugs" that once required sw are now designed to lock themselves once they reach the proper torque.
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Not a question of doing it right, but all fasteners do not have to be torqued. the locking portion of a nyloc nut only has to have the nylon insert engaged to perform the design intent of not coming off due to vibration.

Anyway, enough already.
OC - that is just what I had been saying to your boy last night and why I said show me two threads.

Now it's enough
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Looks good, but it's upside down. Std practice is large pole on bottom.

Nice job regardless.
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Looks good, but it's upside down. Std practice is large pole on bottom.

Nice job regardless.
In regards to copyright infringement I had to make something different.
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Looks good, but it's upside down. Std practice is large pole on bottom.

Nice job regardless.
I kinda like the "large pole" on top
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So how is the weather your way guys??? I have to get ophph the topic of poles or I am going to get hit with a phrog gig!!!
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Yeah, but you also drive a Ford.
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