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Since you all know by now I have moved into AT&T Land. It was not nice their router was 192.168.1.1 which normally is my base network. I placed a  Netgear N600 Gigabit router between my computer and the AT&T router (modem).   So instead I change my machine  Whirlwind to 192.168.100.23 and my network went down. AT&T dude said it could not be done. After following down a rabbit hole I called my buddy Josh, as he explained it I was in what is known as MAC hell. Since ...
Well, here we are back at the ATC panel. The ATC panel function is to identify your aircraft to the tower via secondary radar. After a quick call to Gables Engineering in Florida. I explained what I needed and why they graciously sent me a print with the connector and schematic to me. The table below is indexed by functionality not pin numbers.       The connector on the rear of the panel is: ZZB-AC-1722-5522-55P   BTW: I had to rout around inside to see what was going ...
Ok, you all know if you are keeping up, I scored a pair of B-737 rudder pedals on eBay for about 200 bucks. So the first thing I have to do is take the pedals apart and clean them. The parts diagrams and part numbers come from the Boeing 300/400/500 IPC (Illustrated Parts Catalog), section 27-21-00-36 page 0. Analysis / Plan Rudder Pedals As you can see from the picture the rudder pedal tubes have been cut off, and the attachment point by the peddle's  receiver which is drilled through for ...