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Re: Accident - N240JS (causes)

Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
 

Hello David,
 
I had a discussion with William Wynn (The Corvair Authority) today.  He too believes the propeller pitch was the problem.  William is recommending a Sensenich 54x54 prop.  After discussing my distributor timing, he believes it was in the "ballpark."  However, since there was a prop strike, the aluminum cam gear could be damaged.  The crank may have been protected by the 5th bearing, but may need to be replaced also.  All of this needs to be investigated systematically.  We will provide information about the distributor timing after further investigation.
 
Joseph

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From: David H <docrw@q.com>
Subject: [Q-LIST] Accident - N240JS (causes)
To: Q-LIST@...
Date: Saturday, August 6, 2011, 6:12 PM


 



Joseph,
Very sad to hear this bad news, that was a beautiful plane too. I believe
the issue you had was power related whether it be prop or timing related,
that will come out later. I had a situation like this while playing with
the collection of props I had for the Revmaster. One prop (don't know the
size right now) would be fine until running down the runway at about 40 mph
the prop would "load up" and bog the engine down a fair amount. When that
happens you loose even more power because it's developing less at reduced
rpm. I'm not saying this is it but it's one of the two possibilities until
you uncover the engine timing facts.

David Hiatt

Q200










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Re: Thinking about purchasing Q1

pilotyeager
 

I am interested in learning more about that Q1's forward hinged canopy. Does anyone have any designs they want to share? Any experiences? It is probably a bit heavier.

Robert

On Aug 4, 2011, at 5:40 PM, britmcman@... wrote:

Looks like a great little Q-1. Pictures do have a way of sometimes over
embellishing the favourable.

Try to find a high time 2 stroke airplane and its pilot. Talk to the pilot
about his experiences flyinga 2 stroke aircraft. Not too many of them
around. Some problems with engine over-revving while in decent; Some problems
with gas/oil mixture starvation with throttle chopped and subsequent engine
seizure.

Phil Lankford


In a message dated 8/4/2011 3:26:28 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
riverawynter@... writes:

Hello folks. I am about to fire the trigger on the purchase of a Q1. I am
currently second in line to be offered to purchase the airplane. The
airplane is listed in Barnstormers.

barnstormers.com/ad_detail.php?ID=446853

and also:

stargazer2006.online.fr/derivatives/superquickie.htm

However i've talked to the owner and he has not flown it since he acquired
it (taxi testing and a few runs in the airstrip). I am a bit concerned
about this as you guys can imagine. I am currently in Florida and the Airplane
is in Topeka, KS so I cannot inspect it. There are no logs on the airplane
either. Does anybody knows about this N4251F quickie? The airworthiness
certificate was awarded back in 1982.

Does anybody has experience buying a project in such condition?

Thank You

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Accident - N240JS (causes)

David H <docrw@...>
 

Joseph,
Very sad to hear this bad news, that was a beautiful plane too. I believe
the issue you had was power related whether it be prop or timing related,
that will come out later. I had a situation like this while playing with
the collection of props I had for the Revmaster. One prop (don't know the
size right now) would be fine until running down the runway at about 40 mph
the prop would "load up" and bog the engine down a fair amount. When that
happens you loose even more power because it's developing less at reduced
rpm. I'm not saying this is it but it's one of the two possibilities until
you uncover the engine timing facts.

David Hiatt

Q200


Vacation. . .

quickheads
 

Hey All,
I will be out of the country on vacation for the next couple of weeks with very little (if any) access to the site or my e-mail.

If you have an article to submit to the newsletter, please e-mail it to me, and I will get it when I return on August 21st.

If you need to order something from the online store, or renew your membership that should still process automatically with no input needed from me. However, if you order hardware from one of the vendors, like the Tri-Q nose gear, or Q-200 foam cores please let the individual vendor know via e-mail. (So that they can get your order going.)

Richard Kaczmarek is now able to produce the Q-200 CF spars, but will need a 50% deposit and minimum run of 3 to begin. If you are interested please contact him through this list for now. (Cost for a set of 2 is $1350 US + shipping.)

Kerry and I will be leaving on Monday afternoon EST. So if you need anything from me, please speak now or it'll have to wait until the 21st.

Just FYI. Have fun at Livermore! I'll catch up with you all in a couple of weeks!

Warm regards,
Dan Yager
QBA Editor
www.quickheads.com


Re: Accident - N240JS

kr2flyer1986
 

Sorry to here about this. Just glad you walked away.
Planes can be rebuilt!
Keep your chin up.
Bob Clark

--- On Fri, 8/5/11, Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...> wrote:

From: Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
Subject: [Q-LIST] Accident - N240JS
To: "QBA" <q-list@...>
Date: Friday, August 5, 2011, 3:43 PM
















 









Hello everyone,

 

I have bad news.  On July 22, I attempted first flight.  The aircraft was substantally damaged.  I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB report for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

 

Joseph Snow



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Rather late post about this year's AVC race.

Sam Hoskins
 


Re: Accident - N240JS

Kevin Boddicker
 

Joseph,
So sorry to hear of your misfortune. Glad to hear you are alright. Keep the faith. Maybe you will need to rebuild for the therapy.
Warm Regards,
Kevin

Kevin Boddicker
TriQ 200 N7868B 209 hrs
Luana, IA.



On Aug 5, 2011, at 2:43 PM, Joseph M Snow wrote:

Hello everyone,

I have bad news. On July 22, I attempted first flight. The aircraft was substantally damaged. I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB report for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

Joseph Snow

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Re: Accident - N240JS

Richard <mylittlemgb@...>
 

Joseph, We hate to here what has happened but we're happy to know you're alright. If you deside to change your mind and rebuild we would be happy to help anyway we can. I hate to see people let go of their dreams. I will be in the Cleveland area on the 12th if you would like to get together and talk.

Richard
F.L.A.Ps

--- In Q-LIST@..., Pat Panzera <panzera@...> wrote:

2700 RPM WOT on the Corvair is still well over 80 ponies at sea level.



On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 6:16 PM, Dave Dugas <davedq2@...> wrote:

Thomas
I lift off at about 65 mph, and only in ground effect for about 2 seconds
while still climbing. My Q2 quickly picks up speed, and at 100 mph she'll
be climbing at 750 to1000 ft / minute if I'm solo. Even on 100 degree day
with a passenger I was climbing at abou 450 ft / minute. I have not
experienced this design flaw yet. I'm not looking at Joseph's NTSB report as
I'm writing this, but I don't think he mentioned any thing about a design
flaw. I believe he said that he was only getting 2700 rpm at full throttle.
My rpm setting on downwind is 2500 rpm @ 90 mph....and I can maintain
altitude at this power setting, but nowhere near enough power for a
take-off.
I'm very glad that Joseph didn't get hurt, and hopefully the information
that he shares prevents future accidents.
Dave Dugas Q2 N68DD 700 hours

--- On Fri, 8/5/11, Thomas Cline <tlc49x@...> wrote:


From: Thomas Cline <tlc49x@...>
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Accident - N240JS
To: Q-LIST@...
Date: Friday, August 5, 2011, 7:35 PM


Gentlemen, Isn't this primarily due to the inherent Q2 design limitation
of
canard lift
vs. rear wing lift denying the aircraft any climb capability in near-level
attitude at relatively
low speeds? That is, one may need an extremely long runway to get the
speed
up to
well above Vx before a climb is possible (and with additional extra runway
to get back!).
TL Cline, N49X under construction
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On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 3:43 PM, Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
wrote:

**


Hello everyone,

I have bad news. On July 22, I attempted first flight. The aircraft was
substantally damaged. I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB
report
for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

Joseph Snow





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Re: Accident - N240JS

Pat Panzera <panzera@...>
 

2700 RPM WOT on the Corvair is still well over 80 ponies at sea level.

On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 6:16 PM, Dave Dugas <davedq2@...> wrote:

Thomas
I lift off at about 65 mph, and only in ground effect for about 2 seconds
while still climbing. My Q2 quickly picks up speed, and at 100 mph she'll
be climbing at 750 to1000 ft / minute if I'm solo. Even on 100 degree day
with a passenger I was climbing at abou 450 ft / minute. I have not
experienced this design flaw yet. I'm not looking at Joseph's NTSB report as
I'm writing this, but I don't think he mentioned any thing about a design
flaw. I believe he said that he was only getting 2700 rpm at full throttle.
My rpm setting on downwind is 2500 rpm @ 90 mph....and I can maintain
altitude at this power setting, but nowhere near enough power for a
take-off.
I'm very glad that Joseph didn't get hurt, and hopefully the information
that he shares prevents future accidents.
Dave Dugas Q2 N68DD 700 hours

--- On Fri, 8/5/11, Thomas Cline <tlc49x@...> wrote:


From: Thomas Cline <tlc49x@...>
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Accident - N240JS
To: Q-LIST@...
Date: Friday, August 5, 2011, 7:35 PM


Gentlemen, Isn't this primarily due to the inherent Q2 design limitation
of
canard lift
vs. rear wing lift denying the aircraft any climb capability in near-level
attitude at relatively
low speeds? That is, one may need an extremely long runway to get the
speed
up to
well above Vx before a climb is possible (and with additional extra runway
to get back!).
TL Cline, N49X under construction
===
On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 3:43 PM, Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
wrote:

**


Hello everyone,

I have bad news. On July 22, I attempted first flight. The aircraft was
substantally damaged. I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB
report
for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

Joseph Snow









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Re: Accident - N240JS

Dave Dugas
 

Thomas
I lift off at about 65 mph, and only in ground effect for about 2 seconds while still climbing.  My Q2 quickly picks up speed, and at 100 mph she'll be climbing at 750 to1000 ft / minute if I'm solo.  Even on 100 degree day with a passenger I was climbing at abou 450 ft / minute.  I have not experienced this design flaw yet. I'm not looking at Joseph's NTSB report as I'm writing this, but I don't think he mentioned any thing about a design flaw. I believe he said that he was only getting 2700 rpm at full throttle.  My rpm setting on downwind is 2500 rpm @ 90 mph....and I can maintain altitude at this power setting, but nowhere near enough power for a take-off.
   I'm very glad that Joseph didn't get hurt, and hopefully the information that he shares prevents future accidents.
Dave Dugas Q2 N68DD   700 hours

--- On Fri, 8/5/11, Thomas Cline <tlc49x@...> wrote:


From: Thomas Cline <tlc49x@...>
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Accident - N240JS
To: Q-LIST@...
Date: Friday, August 5, 2011, 7:35 PM


Gentlemen,  Isn't this primarily due to the inherent Q2 design limitation of
canard lift
vs. rear wing lift denying the aircraft any climb capability in near-level
attitude at relatively
low speeds?  That is, one may need an extremely long runway to get the speed
up to
well above Vx before a climb is possible (and with additional extra runway
to get back!).
TL Cline, N49X under construction
===
On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 3:43 PM, Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...> wrote:

**


Hello everyone,

I have bad news.  On July 22, I attempted first flight.  The aircraft was
substantally damaged.  I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB report
for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

Joseph Snow





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Re: Accident - N240JS

Mike Dwyer
 

NO.



My Q200 with the engine at full power seems to lift off well below stall speed. Stall =67mph, lift off maybe 55MPH? I suspect that the engine blowing all that wind past the wing makes this happen. Every take off I do is WAY WAY below the 85 mph VX. i usually pop off the ground and stay in ground effect until 120 mph because if your only doing 100 mph when the engine quits you got no time to react. Oh, I'm off in 11 seconds and use about 700 feet.



Mike Q200 N3QP 1200 hrs.



Sorry to hear that the first flight didn't go as planned, glad you walked away tho!



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To: Q-LIST@...
From: tlc49x@...
Date: Fri, 5 Aug 2011 19:35:40 -0400
Subject: Re: [Q-LIST] Accident - N240JS

Gentlemen, Isn't this primarily due to the inherent Q2 design limitation of
canard lift
vs. rear wing lift denying the aircraft any climb capability in near-level
attitude at relatively
low speeds? That is, one may need an extremely long runway to get the speed
up to
well above Vx before a climb is possible (and with additional extra runway
to get back!).
TL Cline, N49X under construction
===


Re: Accident - N240JS

quickheads
 

Joseph,
I am so sorry to hear about this, but I'm also very glad that you're OK. I appreciate you telling everyone. When you get a little more settled please consider giving us a more detailed report so that we can share the experience with other new flyers. Again, we're all glad to hear that you walked away.

Warm regards,
Dan Yager
QBA Editor
www.quickheads.com

On Fri, 5 Aug 2011 12:43:17 -0700 (PDT), Joseph M Snow wrote:
Hello everyone,
 
I have bad news.  On July 22, I attempted first flight.  The
aircraft was substantally damaged.  I was not injured. Here is a link
to the NTSB report for details
http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm [1]
 
Joseph Snow


Re: Accident - N240JS

Martin Skiby
 

This is very bad and we are all very sorry Joseph. The good thing is that you are OK. The first flight of our Q200 was also exciting with it not wanting to fly away. We found that if you leave it planted until about 80 then pull back gently she will float off the ground and climb. It is my recomendation to not try and pull the plane off the ground in ground effect and try to fly out of it. I am very sad at the loss of your plane and all the work that you have put into it. I was looking very hard at the Corvair for the Q200 we are currently building. I do have a GU canard that I would happily give you if that would help? I am also putting back together a TriQ200 that was wrecked years ago by a tornado.

Again I am very glad you are OK.

I do not believe that the Q2 needs an excessively long runway as indicated in this post however for the first flight it is very handy. I feel a 3000 foot strip can be operated out of safely with either the Q200 or TriQ.

--- In Q-LIST@..., Thomas Cline <tlc49x@...> wrote:

Gentlemen, Isn't this primarily due to the inherent Q2 design limitation of
canard lift
vs. rear wing lift denying the aircraft any climb capability in near-level
attitude at relatively
low speeds? That is, one may need an extremely long runway to get the speed
up to
well above Vx before a climb is possible (and with additional extra runway
to get back!).
TL Cline, N49X under construction
===
On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 3:43 PM, Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...> wrote:

**


Hello everyone,

I have bad news. On July 22, I attempted first flight. The aircraft was
substantally damaged. I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB report
for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

Joseph Snow

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Re: Accident - N240JS

Thomas Cline <tlc49x@...>
 

Gentlemen, Isn't this primarily due to the inherent Q2 design limitation of
canard lift
vs. rear wing lift denying the aircraft any climb capability in near-level
attitude at relatively
low speeds? That is, one may need an extremely long runway to get the speed
up to
well above Vx before a climb is possible (and with additional extra runway
to get back!).
TL Cline, N49X under construction
===
On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 3:43 PM, Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...> wrote:

**


Hello everyone,

I have bad news. On July 22, I attempted first flight. The aircraft was
substantally damaged. I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB report
for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

Joseph Snow

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Re: Accident - N240JS

Fisher Paul A. <fisherpaula@...>
 

Very sad indeed. I'm glad you weren't seriously hurt. As Sam mentioned, when the time is right, we would certainly like to hear your thoughts on the Corvair engine mod.

- Paul

From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of Joseph M Snow
Sent: Friday, August 05, 2011 14:43
To: QBA
Subject: [Q-LIST] Accident - N240JS



Hello everyone,

I have bad news. On July 22, I attempted first flight. The aircraft was substantally damaged. I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB report for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

Joseph Snow


Re: Accident - N240JS

Pat Panzera <panzera@...>
 

Sad news indeed.
We're so glad you are okay however.

Pat

On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 1:56 PM, Sam Hoskins <sam.hoskins@...> wrote:

Very sad and sorry to hear that, Joseph, very sad.

When you feel like, please elaborate your thoughts on the Corvair mod.

Sam


On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 2:43 PM, Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
wrote:

**


Hello everyone,

I have bad news. On July 22, I attempted first flight. The aircraft was
substantally damaged. I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB
report
for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

Joseph Snow









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Re: Accident - N240JS

Sam Hoskins
 

Very sad and sorry to hear that, Joseph, very sad.

When you feel like, please elaborate your thoughts on the Corvair mod.

Sam

On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 2:43 PM, Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...> wrote:

**


Hello everyone,

I have bad news. On July 22, I attempted first flight. The aircraft was
substantally damaged. I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB report
for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm

Joseph Snow





Accident - N240JS

Joseph M Snow <1flashq@...>
 

Hello everyone,
 
I have bad news.  On July 22, I attempted first flight.  The aircraft was substantally damaged.  I was not injured. Here is a link to the NTSB report for details http://www.corvairq.info/Accident/Accident.htm
 
Joseph Snow

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Re: Elevator bushings

raoborg@...
 

Jim I purchased the Rulon bushing the first time I HEARD YOU TALKING ABOUT AND STILL DO NOT HAVE THEM INSTALLED SO PLEASE STICK AROUND AT LEAST UNTIL I GET MY Q2 IN THE AIR. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INFO AND KNOWLEDGE. RAOUL

--- logistics_engineering@... wrote:

From: "Jim P" <logistics_engineering@...>
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Elevator bushings
Date: Thu, 04 Aug 2011 02:47:50 -0000

John,

I apologize for my rudeness earlier today and will remove myself from this list now. You caught me in a weak moment and this kind of stuff is not good for the group.

Good luck to you and so long,
Jim Patillo
N46JP Q200

--- In Q-LIST@..., "John Loram" <johnl@...> wrote:

Hi Jim: "Pioneered" is a sometimes miss understood term: I'll give you the
"first flight" with Rulon J bearings, but I installed an all Rulon J bearing
system in my project in early 2002 and documented it at that time on my
website, here: http://www.loram.org/ControlSystem.htm . I credit Bob Farnam
for suggesting Rulon J.

For others: the Elevator/Aileron Flanged Bushing (QCSM6) is an Oilite
FB36-02
Hole I.D. = 1/4"
Hole O.D. = 3/8" Length Flange= 1/4"
O.D. Flange= 1/2"
Thickness 3/64

The bushing and it's part number is document under "Pre-Fab Parts" on the
Q2/200 BOM at:
http://www.loram.org/Q2%20Parts%20List.htm , The BOM is now at Rev 1.9.3

-john-


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From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of
Jim P
Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2011 2:07 PM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Elevator bushings




John,

I gave Dave Dugas all this information last week via phone including using
"Rulon J". The only dimension I didn't give him was for the mid span pivot
point which I think Sam has now covered.

I pioneered the use of "Rulon J" bearings on Q's back on January 12, 2006
and since that time have not had to change any bearings. They work really
well, still several hundred hours later.

Regards,
Jim Patillo
N46JP Q200

--- In Q-LIST@... <mailto:Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com> , "John
Loram" <johnl@> wrote:










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Netscape. Just the Net You Need.


Re: Elevator bushings

Dave Dugas
 

Unknown message poster,
If you are just starting to learn about Qs....welcome.  It's experienced people like Jim that we should be listening to though. Jim and others flying records speak for themselves.  A name and sign-of such as "flying Q2" would help to sort out ficticious advice givers.
Dave Dugas.....flying Q2

--- On Thu, 8/4/11, quickieaircraft <quickieaircraft@...> wrote:


From: quickieaircraft <quickieaircraft@...>
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Elevator bushings
To: Q-LIST@...
Date: Thursday, August 4, 2011, 1:08 PM


 



I'm just starting to learn about Qs, but it looks to me like crankiness induced by lack of flying. May I suggest than instances like this are resolved via a sentence of writing everyone 2 flight reports rather than removal from the list? ;)

PPL ASEL 130 hrs Sonerai 2L

--- In Q-LIST@..., "Clive" <gobxoy@...> wrote:

Jim, I aggree with Mike. Clive..Gobxoy

--- In Q-LIST@..., Mike Dwyer <q2pilot@> wrote:

Jim, please don't remove yourself. We need the active fliers that actually built the Q to keep the rest honest. I am guilty of the same thing but figure that each reader needs to consider the source, flight tested or garage tested...
Mike

Sent from my Windows Phone
________________________________
From: Jim P
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2011 10:47 PM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Elevator bushings

John,

I apologize for my rudeness earlier today and will remove myself from this list now. You caught me in a weak moment and this kind of stuff is not good for the group.

Good luck to you and so long,
Jim Patillo
N46JP Q200

--- In Q-LIST@..., "John Loram" <johnl@> wrote:

Hi Jim: "Pioneered" is a sometimes miss understood term: I'll give you the
"first flight" with Rulon J bearings, but I installed an all Rulon J bearing
system in my project in early 2002 and documented it at that time on my
website, here: http://www.loram.org/ControlSystem.htm . I credit Bob Farnam
for suggesting Rulon J.

For others: the Elevator/Aileron Flanged Bushing (QCSM6) is an Oilite
FB36-02
Hole I.D. = 1/4"
Hole O.D. = 3/8" Length Flange= 1/4"
O.D. Flange= 1/2"
Thickness 3/64

The bushing and it's part number is document under "Pre-Fab Parts" on the
Q2/200 BOM at:
http://www.loram.org/Q2%20Parts%20List.htm , The BOM is now at Rev 1.9.3

-john-


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From: Q-LIST@... [mailto:Q-LIST@...] On Behalf Of
Jim P
Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2011 2:07 PM
To: Q-LIST@...
Subject: [Q-LIST] Re: Elevator bushings




John,

I gave Dave Dugas all this information last week via phone including using
"Rulon J". The only dimension I didn't give him was for the mid span pivot
point which I think Sam has now covered.

I pioneered the use of "Rulon J" bearings on Q's back on January 12, 2006
and since that time have not had to change any bearings. They work really
well, still several hundred hours later.

Regards,
Jim Patillo
N46JP Q200

--- In Q-LIST@... <mailto:Q-LIST%40yahoogroups.com> , "John
Loram" <johnl@> wrote:




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