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Re: Tri-Q Wheel Pants

David Posey <dlposey-atlanta@...>
 

Richard, please explain. If we had an agreement I will certainly honor it. My
little gray cells don't transmit 5 square all the time.
David





________________________________
From: Richard <richard@...>
To: Q-LIST@...
Sent: Mon, August 15, 2011 2:49:22 PM
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Tri-Q Wheel Pants


David,

Are these the same ones that you wouldn't sell to me either ??

Chuck, Dan has these on the site now, brand new.

Richard T

TriQ200 ( getting closer to being back in the air every day )

UK.






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Re: Tri-Q Wheel Pants

Richard Thomson
 

David,

Are these the same ones that you wouldn't sell to me either ??

Chuck, Dan has these on the site now, brand new.

Richard T

TriQ200 ( getting closer to being back in the air every day )

UK.


Re: Q-2 Canopy Covers are now somewhat available

Sam Kittle
 

Paul,



Can you bring that cover to Livermore also? We sure enjoyed having you here
last year in the RV, but maybe this year you could bring the real airplane.



Sam Kittle



_____

From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of
Fisher Paul A.
Sent: Monday, August 15, 2011 8:41 AM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: RE: [Q-LIST] Q-2 Canopy Covers are now somewhat available





Sam,
I can bring my Flightline canopy cover for the RV to Marion as well in case
people would like to see what the material is like (unless someone on the
field already has one there).

- Paul

From: Q-LIST@... <mailto:Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com>
[mailto:Q-LIST@... <mailto:Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf
Of Sam Hoskins
Sent: Monday, August 15, 2011 09:53
To: Quickie List
Subject: [Q-LIST] Q-2 Canopy Covers are now somewhat avilable

Okay - here's the deal.

Flightline Interiors <http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/> in Wisconsin
makes covers for RVs and they said they would make them for Q-2 type
aircraft if I could supply them with a pattern. I saw one on an RV at OSH
and liked it. Paul Fisher has graciously agreed to let us use his homemade
cover for the pattern and he will pass it on to me at Marion. You can see
his here:
http://www.airliners.net/photo/Quickie-Q200/0252740/
<http://www.airliners.net/photo/Quickie-Q200/0252740/&sid=ad4a75a9dd9f4d8d14
7d92660de39cf4> &sid=ad4a75a9dd9f4d8d147d92660de39cf4

Flightline's RV covers price at $175, but there may be a slight extra
charge,since the Q-2 would be a custom job ($200?). However, maybe if I
ordered more than one, I could get the price back down to $175, plus
shipping. Compare that to Bruce's covers <http://www.aircraftcovers.com/> at
$345.00.

Bruce's Covers are a heavier material and that may be why they cost more,
but actually I like Flightline's lighter rip-stop fabric because it should
pack up smaller.

So, after the Field of Dreams event I will place an order for covers with
Flightline. Right now, I'm just taking names. E-mail me directly at
sam.hoskins@... <mailto:sam.hoskins%40gmail.com>
<mailto:sam.hoskins%40gmail.com> if you want one. I will try and set it up
for
Flightline to drop-ship the covers when they are complete.

Thanks.

Sam


Re: Q-2 Canopy Covers are now somewhat available

Sam Hoskins
 

Sounds good.


On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 10:41 AM, Fisher Paul A.
<fisherpaula@...>wrote:

**


Sam,
I can bring my Flightline canopy cover for the RV to Marion as well in case
people would like to see what the material is like (unless someone on the
field already has one there).

- Paul

From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of
Sam Hoskins
Sent: Monday, August 15, 2011 09:53
To: Quickie List
Subject: [Q-LIST] Q-2 Canopy Covers are now somewhat avilable

Okay - here's the deal.

Flightline Interiors <http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/> in Wisconsin
makes covers for RVs and they said they would make them for Q-2 type
aircraft if I could supply them with a pattern. I saw one on an RV at OSH
and liked it. Paul Fisher has graciously agreed to let us use his homemade
cover for the pattern and he will pass it on to me at Marion. You can see
his here:

http://www.airliners.net/photo/Quickie-Q200/0252740/&sid=ad4a75a9dd9f4d8d147d92660de39cf4

Flightline's RV covers price at $175, but there may be a slight extra
charge,since the Q-2 would be a custom job ($200?). However, maybe if I
ordered more than one, I could get the price back down to $175, plus
shipping. Compare that to Bruce's covers <http://www.aircraftcovers.com/>
at
$345.00.

Bruce's Covers are a heavier material and that may be why they cost more,
but actually I like Flightline's lighter rip-stop fabric because it should
pack up smaller.

So, after the Field of Dreams event I will place an order for covers with
Flightline. Right now, I'm just taking names. E-mail me directly at
sam.hoskins@...<mailto:sam.hoskins%40gmail.com> if you want one. I
will try and set it up for
Flightline to drop-ship the covers when they are complete.

Thanks.

Sam

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Re: Q-2 Canopy Covers are now somewhat available

Fisher Paul A. <fisherpaula@...>
 

Sam,
I can bring my Flightline canopy cover for the RV to Marion as well in case people would like to see what the material is like (unless someone on the field already has one there).

- Paul


From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of Sam Hoskins
Sent: Monday, August 15, 2011 09:53
To: Quickie List
Subject: [Q-LIST] Q-2 Canopy Covers are now somewhat avilable



Okay - here's the deal.

Flightline Interiors <http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/> in Wisconsin
makes covers for RVs and they said they would make them for Q-2 type
aircraft if I could supply them with a pattern. I saw one on an RV at OSH
and liked it. Paul Fisher has graciously agreed to let us use his homemade
cover for the pattern and he will pass it on to me at Marion. You can see
his here:
http://www.airliners.net/photo/Quickie-Q200/0252740/&sid=ad4a75a9dd9f4d8d147d92660de39cf4

Flightline's RV covers price at $175, but there may be a slight extra
charge,since the Q-2 would be a custom job ($200?). However, maybe if I
ordered more than one, I could get the price back down to $175, plus
shipping. Compare that to Bruce's covers <http://www.aircraftcovers.com/> at
$345.00.

Bruce's Covers are a heavier material and that may be why they cost more,
but actually I like Flightline's lighter rip-stop fabric because it should
pack up smaller.

So, after the Field of Dreams event I will place an order for covers with
Flightline. Right now, I'm just taking names. E-mail me directly at
sam.hoskins@...<mailto:sam.hoskins%40gmail.com> if you want one. I will try and set it up for
Flightline to drop-ship the covers when they are complete.

Thanks.

Sam


Q-2 Canopy Covers are now somewhat avilable

Sam Hoskins
 

Okay - here's the deal.

Flightline Interiors <http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/> in Wisconsin
makes covers for RVs and they said they would make them for Q-2 type
aircraft if I could supply them with a pattern. I saw one on an RV at OSH
and liked it. Paul Fisher has graciously agreed to let us use his homemade
cover for the pattern and he will pass it on to me at Marion. You can see
his here:
http://www.airliners.net/photo/Quickie-Q200/0252740/&sid=ad4a75a9dd9f4d8d147d92660de39cf4

Flightline's RV covers price at $175, but there may be a slight extra
charge,since the Q-2 would be a custom job ($200?). However, maybe if I
ordered more than one, I could get the price back down to $175, plus
shipping. Compare that to Bruce's covers <http://www.aircraftcovers.com/> at
$345.00.

Bruce's Covers are a heavier material and that may be why they cost more,
but actually I like Flightline's lighter rip-stop fabric because it should
pack up smaller.

So, after the Field of Dreams event I will place an order for covers with
Flightline. Right now, I'm just taking names. E-mail me directly at
sam.hoskins@... if you want one. I will try and set it up for
Flightline to drop-ship the covers when they are complete.

Thanks.

Sam


Re: Tri-Q Wheel Pants

David Posey <dlposey-atlanta@...>
 

Sorry Chuck, but they are all ready spoken for.
David




________________________________
From: chuck furrow <dragmiata@...>
To: q-list@...
Sent: Sun, August 14, 2011 9:02:53 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Tri-Q Wheel Pants


This is exactly what I'm looking for to finish my tri q.
804 536 3333
Chuck furrow

On Sun Aug 14th, 2011 8:19 PM EDT David Posey wrote:

I have a set of original style wheel pants I would like to see in a good home.
If you want them, pay the shipping and they are yours. Painted white with
maroon trim.

David Posey
770.442.0988


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Re: Tri-Q Wheel Pants

chuck furrow <dragmiata@...>
 

This is exactly what I'm looking for to finish my tri q.
804 536 3333
Chuck furrow

On Sun Aug 14th, 2011 8:19 PM EDT David Posey wrote:

I have a set of original style wheel pants I would like to see in a good home.
If you want them, pay the shipping and they are yours. Painted white with
maroon trim.

David Posey
770.442.0988




Tri-Q Wheel Pants

David Posey <dlposey-atlanta@...>
 

I have a set of original style wheel pants I would like to see in a good home.
If you want them, pay the shipping and they are yours. Painted white with
maroon trim.

David Posey
770.442.0988


Livermore Tandem Wing Flyin

Sam Kittle
 

We are only two weeks away from the Livermore Tandem Wing Flyin Aug 26-28.
We need an accurate count of who's coming, so if you haven't done so
already, please let us know. Check out our official website
www.trinitylyricopera.org/livermore.flyin for more information.



FLASH UPDATE on hotel accommodations! Alan has just discovered that the
discount code needed to secure rooms at the Extended Stay hotel adjacent to
the airport wasn't properly added to their computer system, so if you
haven't called yet to make your reservation, be sure to ask for the
"Aircraft Association" discount. That omission was corrected yesterday.
However, this has resulted in some GOOD news, which is that they are now
giving us an even better rate, $61.39 a night. There are still plenty of
rooms available for that weekend, but just be sure, call soon to secure your
room at this new rate. If you have already made a reservation, they'll give
you the new rate, ask for "Courtney," she's a sweetheart!

Best regards,

Sam Kittle & Alan Thayer


Re: Southern Illinois Tandem Wing Field of Dreams, just a month away.

Joe Walshton
 

I'll bid 50 bucks.  Wait, what are we bidding on!?

--- On Thu, 8/11/11, Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:


From: Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...>
Subject: [Q-LIST] Southern Illinois Tandem Wing Field of Dreams, just a month away.
To:
Date: Thursday, August 11, 2011, 10:01 PM


 



This year's Tandem Wing event is being held on September 9, 10, & 11 at the
Williamson County Airport, in Marion, IL. Click here to see all about it:
http://southernillinoisfieldofdreams.blogspot.com/ and be sure to click on
all the header tabs. Besides having big runways, MWA is also served by Cape
Air, which connects to St. Louis Lambert airport.

As I said, this year's event is open to all composite tandem-wing type
aircraft.

We are also making this a project swap meet and so, I am encouraging people
to bring projects to sell. If you are interested in purchasing a partially
complete project (or even a virgin one) or if you want to unload that garage
dust-magnet, this may be your big chance.

Having said that, there is no guarantee that we will have buyers, but let's
give it a shot. I ran into a couple of guys at Oshkosh that have virgin
kits and others with projects at various stages.

To advertise your project on the Tandem Wing blog listed above, shoot me an
e-mail at sam.hoskins@... and put "Fly-In For Sale" in the subject
line. Give a concise description of what you have for sale, and I will list
it here. You may also attach two photos. Please only list things that will
actually be here in Marion. If you decide not to bring it, let me know and
I'll pull the listing. KMWA is just off I-57 for easy towing or trailers and
the like.

Since this is not Ebay and I don't want to start bidding wars, I will not
list the sale price here. Having said that, I am sure there will be some
good deals to be had.

I bumped into a couple of folks at Oshkosh who had already reserved rooms,
so get them while they're hot!

Please forward this e-mail to anyone who might be interested.

See you there.

Sam & Sandy Hoskins

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Southern Illinois Tandem Wing Field of Dreams, just a month away.

Sam Hoskins
 

This year's Tandem Wing event is being held on September 9, 10, & 11 at the
Williamson County Airport, in Marion, IL. Click here to see all about it:
http://southernillinoisfieldofdreams.blogspot.com/ and be sure to click on
all the header tabs. Besides having big runways, MWA is also served by Cape
Air, which connects to St. Louis Lambert airport.

As I said, this year's event is open to all composite tandem-wing type
aircraft.

We are also making this a project swap meet and so, I am encouraging people
to bring projects to sell. If you are interested in purchasing a partially
complete project (or even a virgin one) or if you want to unload that garage
dust-magnet, this may be your big chance.

Having said that, there is no guarantee that we will have buyers, but let's
give it a shot. I ran into a couple of guys at Oshkosh that have virgin
kits and others with projects at various stages.

To advertise your project on the Tandem Wing blog listed above, shoot me an
e-mail at sam.hoskins@... and put "Fly-In For Sale" in the subject
line. Give a concise description of what you have for sale, and I will list
it here. You may also attach two photos. Please only list things that will
actually be here in Marion. If you decide not to bring it, let me know and
I'll pull the listing. KMWA is just off I-57 for easy towing or trailers and
the like.

Since this is not Ebay and I don't want to start bidding wars, I will not
list the sale price here. Having said that, I am sure there will be some
good deals to be had.

I bumped into a couple of folks at Oshkosh who had already reserved rooms,
so get them while they're hot!

Please forward this e-mail to anyone who might be interested.

See you there.

Sam & Sandy Hoskins


Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed

Sam Hoskins
 

Thanks Mike. We can count on you for the low cost/no cost solution.

Sam

On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 6:16 PM, Mike Dwyer <q2pilot@...> wrote:


Hey Sam,

I scotch guarded (water runr right off) an old bed sheet and tie the front
corners to the sparow strainers and the back edges across the bottom with a
small nylon sting. Total cost maybe $1.


See:
http://www.warnerair.com/q200/images/start.jpg



Mike Q200 N3QP








To: Q-LIST@...
From: fisherpaula@...
Date: Tue, 9 Aug 2011 13:35:32 -0500
Subject: RE: [Q-LIST] Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed



Cool! I was going to try to find Sam a picture of my plane with the
canopy cover on. The picture Neal references below IS my plane with the
canopy cover on! Thanks for finding that Neal!

I second Neal's comments below. Cover the NACA vents and the slit's
under the wings (I can't remember of you have those or not Sam. I
wanted to make sure wind couldn't blow the rain under the cover and get
in - either from the front or the back.

Flightline Interiors does a great job, so as long as you tell Abby what
you're looking for, I'm sure she'll get you a quality product. She did
the interior as well as the canopy cover for my plane when I went over
to the dark side...

Paul A. Fisher
Q-200, N17PF

From: Q-LIST@...<mailto:Q-LIST@...>
[mailto:Q-LIST@...<mailto:Q-LIST@...>] On
Behalf Of n200qt@...<mailto:n200qt@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 11:55
To: Q-LIST@...<mailto:Q-LIST@...>
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed

Sam,

This is one of the pictures I found while deciding to buy my Q kit
(
http://www.airliners.net/photo/Quickie-Q200/0252740/&sid=ad4a75a9dd9f4d8d147d92660de39cf4
).
It shows the canopy cover covering the NACA vents also. I bring this up
because one of the RV guys from the local airport was in Oshkosh this
year when the big rain hit. His canopy cover didn't cover his NACA
vents and hence he had a VERY wet interior.

Hope this helped...

Neal

--- In
Q-LIST@...<mailto:Q-LIST@...><mailto:
Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com>,
Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:

Hi guys. I am looking at this place make a canopy cover for me and I
have
to send them a pattern of some sort.
http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/default.asp I saw one of their
covers at
Oshkosh and really liked it.

I am looking for photos of Q-2s with the canopy cover installed, so I
can
pass it along to them. If you have one or two photos of your aircraft,
would you mind e-mailing it to me at sam.hoskins@... ?

Thanks!

Sam






------------------------------------

Quickie Builders Association WEB site
http://www.quickiebuilders.org

Yahoo! Groups Links




Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed

Mike Dwyer
 

Hey Sam,

I scotch guarded (water runr right off) an old bed sheet and tie the front corners to the sparow strainers and the back edges across the bottom with a small nylon sting. Total cost maybe $1.


See:
http://www.warnerair.com/q200/images/start.jpg



Mike Q200 N3QP

To: Q-LIST@...
From: fisherpaula@...
Date: Tue, 9 Aug 2011 13:35:32 -0500
Subject: RE: [Q-LIST] Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed



Cool! I was going to try to find Sam a picture of my plane with the
canopy cover on. The picture Neal references below IS my plane with the
canopy cover on! Thanks for finding that Neal!

I second Neal's comments below. Cover the NACA vents and the slit's
under the wings (I can't remember of you have those or not Sam. I
wanted to make sure wind couldn't blow the rain under the cover and get
in - either from the front or the back.

Flightline Interiors does a great job, so as long as you tell Abby what
you're looking for, I'm sure she'll get you a quality product. She did
the interior as well as the canopy cover for my plane when I went over
to the dark side...

Paul A. Fisher
Q-200, N17PF

From: Q-LIST@...<mailto:Q-LIST@...>
[mailto:Q-LIST@...<mailto:Q-LIST@...>] On
Behalf Of n200qt@...<mailto:n200qt@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 11:55
To: Q-LIST@...<mailto:Q-LIST@...>
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed

Sam,

This is one of the pictures I found while deciding to buy my Q kit
(http://www.airliners.net/photo/Quickie-Q200/0252740/&sid=ad4a75a9dd9f4d8d147d92660de39cf4).
It shows the canopy cover covering the NACA vents also. I bring this up
because one of the RV guys from the local airport was in Oshkosh this
year when the big rain hit. His canopy cover didn't cover his NACA
vents and hence he had a VERY wet interior.

Hope this helped...

Neal

--- In
Q-LIST@...<mailto:Q-LIST@...><mailto:Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com>,
Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:

Hi guys. I am looking at this place make a canopy cover for me and I have
to send them a pattern of some sort.
http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/default.asp I saw one of their covers at
Oshkosh and really liked it.

I am looking for photos of Q-2s with the canopy cover installed, so I can
pass it along to them. If you have one or two photos of your aircraft,
would you mind e-mailing it to me at sam.hoskins@... ?

Thanks!

Sam


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Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed

L.J. French <LJFrench@...>
 

Sam,
If it helps on pricing to order multiples I would join in.
I found a business somewhere out not too far from the Livermore area that makes custom canopy covers, but they needed an aircraft onsite to fit to and they seemed unusually high priced. Since they didn't seem really customer oriented I went no further with them.
LJ French

Short & simple from my mobile

On Aug 9, 2011, at 6:58 AM, Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:

Hi guys. I am looking at this place make a canopy cover for me and I have
to send them a pattern of some sort.
http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/default.asp I saw one of their covers at
Oshkosh and really liked it.

I am looking for photos of Q-2s with the canopy cover installed, so I can
pass it along to them. If you have one or two photos of your aircraft,
would you mind e-mailing it to me at sam.hoskins@... ?

Thanks!

Sam






------------------------------------

Quickie Builders Association WEB site
http://www.quickiebuilders.org

Yahoo! Groups Links



Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed

Fisher Paul A. <fisherpaula@...>
 

Cool! I was going to try to find Sam a picture of my plane with the canopy cover on. The picture Neal references below IS my plane with the canopy cover on! Thanks for finding that Neal!

I second Neal's comments below. Cover the NACA vents and the slit's under the wings (I can't remember of you have those or not Sam. I wanted to make sure wind couldn't blow the rain under the cover and get in - either from the front or the back.

Flightline Interiors does a great job, so as long as you tell Abby what you're looking for, I'm sure she'll get you a quality product. She did the interior as well as the canopy cover for my plane when I went over to the dark side...

Paul A. Fisher
Q-200, N17PF

From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of n200qt@...
Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2011 11:55
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed



Sam,

This is one of the pictures I found while deciding to buy my Q kit (http://www.airliners.net/photo/Quickie-Q200/0252740/&sid=ad4a75a9dd9f4d8d147d92660de39cf4). It shows the canopy cover covering the NACA vents also. I bring this up because one of the RV guys from the local airport was in Oshkosh this year when the big rain hit. His canopy cover didn't cover his NACA vents and hence he had a VERY wet interior.

Hope this helped...

Neal

--- In Q-LIST@...<mailto:Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com>, Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:

Hi guys. I am looking at this place make a canopy cover for me and I have
to send them a pattern of some sort.
http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/default.asp I saw one of their covers at
Oshkosh and really liked it.

I am looking for photos of Q-2s with the canopy cover installed, so I can
pass it along to them. If you have one or two photos of your aircraft,
would you mind e-mailing it to me at sam.hoskins@... ?

Thanks!

Sam




Re: Q-2 canopy cover photo needed

n200qt@ymail.com
 

Sam,

This is one of the pictures I found while deciding to buy my Q kit (http://www.airliners.net/photo/Quickie-Q200/0252740/&sid=ad4a75a9dd9f4d8d147d92660de39cf4). It shows the canopy cover covering the NACA vents also. I bring this up because one of the RV guys from the local airport was in Oshkosh this year when the big rain hit. His canopy cover didn't cover his NACA vents and hence he had a VERY wet interior.

Hope this helped...

Neal

--- In Q-LIST@..., Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:

Hi guys. I am looking at this place make a canopy cover for me and I have
to send them a pattern of some sort.
http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/default.asp I saw one of their covers at
Oshkosh and really liked it.

I am looking for photos of Q-2s with the canopy cover installed, so I can
pass it along to them. If you have one or two photos of your aircraft,
would you mind e-mailing it to me at sam.hoskins@... ?

Thanks!

Sam




Q-2 canopy cover photo needed

Sam Hoskins
 

Hi guys. I am looking at this place make a canopy cover for me and I have
to send them a pattern of some sort.
http://www.flightlineinteriors.com/default.asp I saw one of their covers at
Oshkosh and really liked it.

I am looking for photos of Q-2s with the canopy cover installed, so I can
pass it along to them. If you have one or two photos of your aircraft,
would you mind e-mailing it to me at sam.hoskins@... ?

Thanks!

Sam


Jon Finley's Q

Pat Panzera <panzera@...>
 


Fuel pump

FR Jones <seabeevet@...>
 

I need a fuel pump for a Rotax 503. Any good sources out that?