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Brian from Launceston - 0427 807 283
I have the tail feathers kit for a 650B.
I haven't started yet, my wife is in hospital. Hope to get into it soon
Hi Phill, good to hear from another builder.
we live in Cloyna (murgon) and have our own strip, we are going to Noosa and coming back Friday morning - mobile number is 0427 475509 if you happen to be available - other wise some other time Don Jensen
Looking forward to the wing trolley info.
Have followed your progress - sorry to hear you won't get to complete your plane.
I am interested in your idea for the wing installation trolley as I am doing all my own work.
Could you send me info or plans to me? I wpould appreciate it.
Thanks- Fred Schutt - Aspers, Pa 17304 USA email email@example.com
Phill, the seat bottom modification will be easier to upholster, but I'm sure my seats will not match yours in style. I've started working on version 2, but will be satisfied with comfort.
Hey Phil, Sorry still set on a Corvair at the moment, hope you have luck in finding a new owner for yours though...
I only wish there would be an easier way to make that scoop...Didn't find one yet so...
Got to get my hands dirty... again.
Phil, Thanks for the cutter recommendation. Just curious what chuck size it requires, my biggest problem seems to be finding something that will fit into a 3/8" drill, everything seems to be 1/2".
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