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20 Feb 2021 18:55 - 20 Feb 2021 18:55 #1 by Lawson Laslo
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75" is best, you really dont want to be under 70" or else you will have issues with the coupe wanting to lift a wing when landing/takeoff in crosswinds.
If its below that you might need new "donuts" and if new donuts dont bring it up enough then you can add the spacers from alpha aviation.
alphaaviation.com/ercoupe-main-landing-gear-spacers/

Lawson Laslo
Oklahoma city

1946 Ercoupe
O-200 100hp
N2005H
"War Bug"

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20 Feb 2021 17:51 #2 by William James
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What is the recommended height from the ground to the top of the vertical stabilizer . . . is it 75 inches

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19 Feb 2021 12:41 #3 by Paul Zahner
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Yea, I wish there was an adjustment switch, but alas there is none.
I’m beginning to think Vernon is going to be one of my best buddies soon.
Thanks for the help.

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19 Feb 2021 07:59 #4 by Lawson Laslo
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Also you might check on your pressure switch, there should be a screw of sorts that you can adjust, and by Loosening or tightening it changes the amount of PSI required to open/close the pressure switch

Lawson Laslo
Oklahoma city

1946 Ercoupe
O-200 100hp
N2005H
"War Bug"

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19 Feb 2021 07:46 #5 by Lawson Laslo
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We got ours from Vernon at Skyport
1 (803) 360-2061

Lawson Laslo
Oklahoma city

1946 Ercoupe
O-200 100hp
N2005H
"War Bug"

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18 Feb 2021 20:17 #6 by Paul Zahner
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Lawson,
It looks like I too will be rewiring the fuel pump circuit. It turn out that the pressure switch never relaxes so the light circuit is always open (light out) and to top that off there is no circuit breaker on either the light or the pump.
Where did you purchase the pressure switch?

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