Mast prop with test e

Over the past couple months or so I have been coming up with a design for my own efoil and came across your great YouTube series about your build @pacificmeister . I have been working to source a gearbox for my motor which is a 800kV motor. I saw that your might be looking to get rid of your 7:1 and it might be a good match for my higher speed motor. let me know if you might be interested in parting ways with your parker gearbox. Thanks for putting this build forum together. It should be some great information as my foil starts to come together!

The photo of the trailer shows it in its ‘bare’ state as the wheels/docking arms/draw bar are kept at home. The photo with the Corribee onboard (Corribee & skipper not included) illustrates how the complete system works – the trailer is attached to a tractor or winch for lowering down the slipway. For recovery the docking arms locate the boat centrally over the trailer, while lines from the drawbar position the boat fore and aft. The boat and trailer can be pushed around the yard by 3 people. The trailer itself can just about be lifted by two strong guys.

So a little clarification is in order: Masto itself doesn’t cause “true” allergies which are IgE-mediated reactions. But it can lend to their being heightened in those who have allergies. And… you may find you react to some things > even in the absence of a IgE< lending to the confusion. I'm now convinced my underlying MCAS lent to my increased reactions to the skin prick tests of my youth. (My arms/back would swell up quite huge very quickly, causing them to wipe the serum off!) This comes from having a heightened histamine level over all in our bodies, making us sort of "hair-trigger" ready to react to almost anything. Some people have absolutely zero "true" allergies, that is, zero IgE-mediated reactions, yet are still very sick as though they had "allergies" because of either MCAS or Masto that hasn't yet been recognized. (Yes, TMEP is a form of cutaneous Masto I believe or a sign of at least a form of MCAD.) You may also have some true IgE-mediated "allergies" > in addition< to any underlying masto or MCAS. This just lends to your overall sickness level and reactivity. Does that make sense I hope? All forms of MCAD are rarely recognized, and some not at all yet, so this is often tricky to get allergists to see. HTH!

Old wood octagon hardware carousel (80 upper dwrs. & 9 dwr. wood base); Anvil; Misc. forge tools & tongs; US WB brass rain gauge (Lge. cylinder container); Army gas cans; Lancaster Implement Advertising Items (Bob’s late Father Marion was owner) – Tractor canopy/umbrella, Yard sticks, rain gauges, etc.; IH UP Time Service thermometer; IH yellow paint can; Faler Hardware level; Singer treadle sewing machine; Copper boiler; Ansul fire ext.; Anthes auto light bulb/fuse case; Youngs metal stamps (Letter & numbers); Misc. wood boxes; Coke crate; Scythe; Hay knife; Dbl. & sgl. trees; Hay carrier; Misc. tongs; Oil cans; Childs wagon & sled; Crock; Nail kegs; Milk can; Reel mowers; Iron sgl. bed; Dining room table & misc. chairs; Wardrobe; Eastlake headboard; Wall clock; Pitcher pump; Piano rolls; 45 & 33 records; CB; Old camera Hanimex 50mm & misc. zoom lens; Binoculars; Several old hand tools (Wood augers, planes, pulleys, saws, etc); Platform scale; Old HD caster wheel cart & 2 wh. dolley; Buzz saw, no blade; Wood stove; Brasil SS knife; Misc. horse belt buckles; Plus misc.

Dimensional Measuring Tools – Micrometers, Indicators, Calipers, Height Gages, Gage Blocks, Standard Rods
Torque Wrenches / Torque Calibrators (up to 2,000 ft.-lbs.)
Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges
Vibration Equipment – Vibration Meters, Vibration Balances and Simulators (shaker tables) Transducers – Accelerometers, Velocity, Displacement, Force
Gas Detection – Alarms, Combustible or Toxic Gas Monitors / Explosion (LEL) Meters
Tachometers / Strobes – Digital and Mechanical
Tank Gauges – Gauge Tapes (liquid level)
Mass Calibration – Weights, Weigh Scales, Balances
Force Tension or Compression (100k) – Dynamometers, Force Gauges, Load Cells

Mast prop with test e

mast prop with test e

Old wood octagon hardware carousel (80 upper dwrs. & 9 dwr. wood base); Anvil; Misc. forge tools & tongs; US WB brass rain gauge (Lge. cylinder container); Army gas cans; Lancaster Implement Advertising Items (Bob’s late Father Marion was owner) – Tractor canopy/umbrella, Yard sticks, rain gauges, etc.; IH UP Time Service thermometer; IH yellow paint can; Faler Hardware level; Singer treadle sewing machine; Copper boiler; Ansul fire ext.; Anthes auto light bulb/fuse case; Youngs metal stamps (Letter & numbers); Misc. wood boxes; Coke crate; Scythe; Hay knife; Dbl. & sgl. trees; Hay carrier; Misc. tongs; Oil cans; Childs wagon & sled; Crock; Nail kegs; Milk can; Reel mowers; Iron sgl. bed; Dining room table & misc. chairs; Wardrobe; Eastlake headboard; Wall clock; Pitcher pump; Piano rolls; 45 & 33 records; CB; Old camera Hanimex 50mm & misc. zoom lens; Binoculars; Several old hand tools (Wood augers, planes, pulleys, saws, etc); Platform scale; Old HD caster wheel cart & 2 wh. dolley; Buzz saw, no blade; Wood stove; Brasil SS knife; Misc. horse belt buckles; Plus misc.

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