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Post  rsv1cox on Sun Jan 10, 2016 7:55 am

Hung up the N-28 and PT-17 to start once again on the Aircrate.

The PT-17 is set to go, just waiting for a decent day.  Th N-28 needs a complete recover, the material of which is yet to be determined.

I will have to scale up the Aircrate a bit as the largest that Staples could enlarge the plans to gave a 36" top wing vs the 39" of the original.  I just need to buy the balsa and cut to shape.  Or, or.... I have this built wing, one half of an R/C model that just happens to measure 39 inches the ribs of which could be carefully cut using the Crates plan ribs as templates to construct the Aircrates wing.  I love making something out of nothing and this 1/2 wing with no mate has been hanging around long enough.  Smile

Sooo, as Jackie Gleason would have said     ---  "Off we go"...... and ... "A little travelling music please".
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