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    SC gettin' ready to be born

    This airplane is owned by Bill Fosbrook on Glen Lake, NY. Bill and I hung the wings today for rigging and finish detailing. Plan is to get it to the airport as soon as the weather breaks. His shop is a little crowded now but I think he did a nice re-cover. Jim
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    Congrats, looks very cool. Happy landings ...

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    Jim it looks good, tell Bill to get some real tires on that thing, gravel bars are calling

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    Tim,

    it is ski season... look outside!
    I don't know where you've been me lad, but I see you won first Prize!

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    What covering process was used?

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    Poly-fiber with poly tone on the fabric and aerothane on all of the metal. Jim

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    I too use a drywall jack when working on the wings, sometimes I even use it hanging drywall. Like an engine puller, good for so much more.

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