Re: Oops [was "Exponential" differential via mechanics]
Peter Harris <peterjfharris@...>
Mike when I say "as long as it is not compulsory" it is a form of Aussietoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
humour like irony. I said it because people get upset if I do not agree with
everything or anything to do with the sixpack. They want me to join the
queue . I have explained my ideas about the diferential dual pivoting
rudder/tailwheel splitter before and won't repeat it now. I am qualified as
an engineer and I take a critical look at anything before it goes into my Q.
It is also a matter of time and priorities that are mine to decide.
I do not oppose all of the 6 pack and if it sounds a bit vehement that is
because I do get tired of having to repeatedly justify my decisions not to
use each and every item. I have a modified tailwheel with vertical axis, a
pneumatic tyre and reflexed aelerons and I am very happy with my Q. That is
fine for me at the age of 68 so it can't be too bad for anyone else.
I may make other changes when time and priorities permit.
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Subject: [Q-LIST] Oops [was "Exponential" differential via mechanics]
in the last sentence I meant to say: The fact that a few people have
mastered landing THIS bird doesn't mean the design is reasonable. (caps
only to show correction) (and I'm having trouble typing the correction so
it is time for bed!)
At 07:33 PM 10/24/2006 -0700, you wrote:
To Peter Harris, but also for anyone overseas: Why do you say "But I am in