Actually, Glen, the rule book part is quite small. What makes the book
so big is the fact that the records for every event is kept there. Split
the book apart, put the records on the web site. In fact put the rule
book there also. Make it a PDF file and make it as big as it needs to
be. Charge dearly for a paper copy. Why keep on doing things the *old*
way? I think I will make a page count regarding the actual rule in the
book and see what the percentage of the book that comes out to be.
mayf, up and at em this morning in a chilly pahrump (12F when we went to
Glen Barrett wrote:
> How thick would you like the rule book.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "drmayf" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "dan warner" <email@example.com>
> Cc: "land speed" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Monday, January 15, 2007 10:01 AM
> Subject: Re: AN fittings
>> Then the rule should say that unless it is OEM, the only accepable
>> fuel system is the use of ss braid and an fittings. Seems like then
>> the only exception would be the mechanical fuel injector systems.
>> Everything else is banned. That would leave no doubt as to what is
>> good to go or not? And yeah I know what was meant, but that isn't
>> what is said, now is it. And since no one of us can get into the
>> inspectors head to see what he will or will not pass, then it needs
>> to be explicit as to what will be ok. This shouldn't be hard I
>> wouldn't think. Write the book like a mil spec.
>> dan warner wrote:
>>> AN fittings have always been exempted from the clamp rule. The
>>> clamp/braided hose rule refers to hose that is NOT using AN fittings.
>>> You guys read way too much into this stuff.