MAY 2015

Experimenter is a magazine created by EAA for people who build airplanes. We will report on amateur-built aircraft as well as ultralights and other light aircraft.

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EAA Experimenter 3 Features 02 Tower Frequency BY JACK J. PELTON 04 Homebuilder's Corner BY CHARLIE BECKER 06 News from HQ NEWS FROM EAA 08 Flightline INDUSTRY NEWS 26 Hints for Homebuilders Palm-Held Die Holder BY PAUL FIEBICH Departments Columns CONTENTS Vol.4 No.5 I May 2015 16 An Arizona Escapade An Oshkosh 2014 Silver Lindy Winner BY DAN GRUNLOH 28 Homebuilder's How-to Replacing Aircraft Cables BY E ARL LUCE EAA PUBLICATIONS Founder: Paul H. Poberezny Publisher: Jack J. Pelton, EAA Chairman of the Board Vice President of Communities and Member Programs: Rick Larsen Homebuilding Community Manager: Charlie Becker Editor: Mary Jones/EditEtc. LLC Senior Graphic Designer: Chris Livieri News Editor: Ric Reynolds Copy Editor: Colleen Walsh Multimedia Journalist: Brady Lane Visual Properties Administrator: Jason Toney Contributing Writers: Charlie Becker, Budd Davisson, Paul Fiebich, Dan Grunloh, and Earl Luce ADVERTISING Display Sue Anderson Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3086, Oshkosh, WI 54903-3086 Phone: 920-426-4800 Fax: 920-426-4828 E-mail: experimenter@eaa.org Website: www.EAA.org Need to change your address or have other membership questions? Call 800-564-6322 (800-JOIN EAA). EAA® and SPORT AVIATION®, the EAA Logo® and AERONAUTICA TM are registered trade- marks, trademarks, and service marks of the Experimental Aircraft Association, Inc. The use of these trademarks and service marks without the permission of the Experimental Aircraft As- sociation, Inc. is strictly prohibited. 10 Paul's Planes Reviewing his legacy BY BUDD DAVISSON On the cover: EAA Founder Paul Poberezny welds a fuselage cluster. (Photography courtesy of EAA Archives.) 24 What Our Members are Building AirBike achieves 1,000 hours BY PAUL FIEBICH

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