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Old 12-02-2002, 10:01 PM   #15
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Thanks John,

That really is an interesting link. I'm still going over it. I find it interesting that low alloy steels are between wrought alloys of the Aluminum 2000 series, and alloys other than the 2000 series. Other than lead, the low alloy steels seem to fit well compared to anything else. Would that not be just plain steel wool? I am getting a bit more confused, but more interested. What alloy is in the Argosy aluminium?

I'm interested in this because of a small amount of frame seperation I have found, I think the fix is the 146 bulletin. Not sure on that yet. It is something I am still looking into. I am sure having fun working on this Argosy. I was wondering what type of bolt to use. Sounds like mild steel is the best in the corrosion department, but what about a stronger bolt of high alloy steel? I'm learning. It will be a while before I'm an aircraft engineer. My launch date is months away, so I'm having fun.

Thanks for the info,


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