Then there are some vintage gliders with little vibrator gadgets mounted to the backside of the panel so the gauge needles don't get stiction'ed in place. So an engine turns out to be useful for more than the obvious.
Chris K On 5/7/2020 2:08 PM, Marc Baca via KRnet wrote:
Out of curiosity has anyone used "well nuts" to mount an instrument dash. I was taking apart the headlight assembly on my motorcycle and discovered that the assembly is held to the bike by well nuts. They are reminiscent of the rubber mounts on my Cessna's instrument dash to reduce the vibration on the instruments. Below is a link. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Motor-10PCS-Windshield-Windscreen-Kit-Red-M5-5mm-Bolts-Rubber-Well-Nuts-Washers/332364856191?hash=item4d627d3b7f:g:P7YAAOSwHZdbLg6B Marc BacaKR-2 N13UGChino, CA
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