I have melted lead many times on the stove and I think all my brain cells
remain intact. You're melting it, not boiling it, so the amount getting
into the air is insignificant. Obviously don't ever use the pot again for
food. A tin can sounds like a good idea.
On Jan 28, 2017
I'm planning on getting a Dynon D6 EFIS, which is currently $1600. This
replaces all the primary instruments and several others as well, and its
altimeter is encoding. I'm waiting on that because the price will only go
down (unless Dynon introduces a new model -- then it will REALLY go down).
without an electrical system or have a mode C transponder. Mode S is the
newest toy, but I hope the FAA isn't going to require it in all planes.
On Jun 3, 2014 1:25 AM, "Mike T via KRnet" wrote:
> I'll need a Mode C transponder in my plane, and one I wanted is fo
I'll need a Mode C transponder in my plane, and one I wanted is for sale
used at a decent price from Aircraft Spruce. If I wind up getting it, I
could hook it up to a battery and see that the lights go on, etc., but how
would you actually test a transponder (or any used instrument, really),
Is the Zenith carb that Great Plains sells NOT suitable for VWs?
On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 12:46 PM, via KRnet wrote:
> Thought I would change the subject to be the subject.
> I have no use for any of the "leaky" carbeuretors. The best carbeuretor
> that I have ever found for
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