It looks just like mine...
I used Robart retracts all around and these work fine.
The only problem I've had is with the steering linkage.
I WAS using a PULL-PULL system, and I did not like the results... I had two instances where the front gear failed to lock because of tension on the Pull-Pull lines ( they may have gotten caught up... ).
The nose gear then collapsed or rather retracted on landing causing a nose "rash".
BTW: I'd advise putting a bit of metal on the nose underside... I just did this to mine to prevent future scrapes.
I just saw an EASY way to do the linkages for the nose gear...
One of those "duh I should have thought of that" moments...
Basically put a metal "rod" perpendicular to the steering "T" that Robart ( or others ) provides.
( You can see it in the left most gear in the above picture... )
On this put a linkage that will slide up and down the rod, the cap the rod by any means so that the linkage will not come off.
You can then attach a stiffer single flexi pushrod to this.
When the gear retracts the linkage will slide on the rod thereby taking up the slack on the line.
When the gear goes down, the tension pulls the sliding linkage back into place.