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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 4:02 am    Post subject: Pietenpol-List Digest: 4 Msgs - 06/04/18 Reply with quote

We use 308 LSI rods for stainless steel and mild steel (TIG). It should also work for​ 4230 since 308 rods also have Nickel and Chromium. 4130 contains Chromium and Molybdenum so you lose alloy elements if you use mild steel rods even in OA.
My 2 cents
Semih Oksay
Istanbul, Turkey
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     1. 04:04 AM - =?utf-8?Q?Re:__Turnbuckles_ain=99t_cheap?  (Jack Textor)
     2. 01:40 PM - Re: Turnbuckles =?ISO-8859-1?Q?ain=99t?= cheap  (danoliver)
     3. 02:22 PM - =?utf-8?Q?Re:__Turnbuckles_ain=99t_cheap?  (Jack Textor)
     4. 07:07 PM - TIG Welding question  (John Franklin)



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Time: 04:04:41 AM PST US
From: Jack Textor <jack(at)textors.com (jack(at)textors.com)>
Subject: =?utf-8?Q?Re:_Pietenpol-List:_Turnbuckles_ain=99t_cheap?


Oscar you say it so much more eloquently than I!

Jack Textor

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> On Jun 3, 2018, at 11:02 PM, taildrags <taildrags(at)hotmail.com (taildrags(at)hotmail.com)> wrote:
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> Jack; by "wide crimpers", what are you referring to?  The conventional nicopress
tool makes three crimps close to each other in the single ferrule, all in
one pass.  The hardware store crimper, as well as the hand-operated crimper that
Aircraft Spruce and others sell and that makes the crimp by the use of a crescent
wrench, box- or open-end wrench (ratcheting or not) turning a pair of bolts
that tighten down the crimping mandrels onto the ferrule, makes a single
wide crimp on the ferrule.  All of the nicopressed cable connections on my airplane
are made with the conventional triple-crimp except for the ones that I made
on the tail brace wires when I replaced the galvanized cables with stainless.
I didn't have the big cable-cutter looking tool to make the triple crimp
so I use the hand tool which makes just one wide crimp on the cables.
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Time: 01:40:27 PM PST US
Subject: Re: Turnbuckles =?ISO-8859-1?Q?ain=99t?= cheap
From: "danoliver" <danoliver909(at)gmail.com (danoliver909(at)gmail.com)>


Thanks everyone for your input. I guess I'm going to go for it. Suppose I'll let
everyone know how it turns out in a few years. I will be storing the wings uncovered
for a while as I build the fuselage. Maybe that'll give me a bit of a
preview of how things are going to shrink or stretch. I can always add the turnbuckles
before covering if it looks like things are sagging.  A chance to save
over $200 is worth a try. By the way my crimper is the one from AS&S for $20.

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Time: 02:22:11 PM PST US
From: Jack Textor <jack(at)textors.com (jack(at)textors.com)>
Subject: =?utf-8?Q?Re:_Pietenpol-List:_Turnbuckles_ain=99t_cheap?


Dan I tried a crimper like you use and the threads stripped after a couple of crimps.
I like the looks of the single crimp.

Jack Textor

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> On Jun 4, 2018, at 3:40 PM, danoliver <danoliver909(at)gmail.com (danoliver909(at)gmail.com)> wrote:
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> Thanks everyone for your input. I guess I'm going to go for it. Suppose I'll
let everyone know how it turns out in a few years. I will be storing the wings
uncovered for a while as I build the fuselage. Maybe that'll give me a bit of
a preview of how things are going to shrink or stretch. I can always add the
turnbuckles before covering if it looks like things are sagging.  A chance to
save over $200 is worth a try. By the way my crimper is the one from AS&S for
$20.
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Time: 07:07:46 PM PST US
From: John Franklin <jbfjr(at)peoplepc.com (jbfjr(at)peoplepc.com)>
Subject: TIG Welding question


Can you TIG weld 4130 steel using stainless steel rod?  I use mild steel rods when
using OA to weld 4130 but don't know about TIG or using stainless steel rod
for 4130.
The reason I ask is my son has access to his company's TIG welder but for some
reason it is problematic to change the filler rod.

Thanks,
John Franklin
GN-1 / Corvair 164CID
Needville, TX




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