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    Ditto on the covering job! Very nice!

    Ditto on the covering job! Very nice!
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    Certainly a mash up of parts, but hey it works...

    Certainly a mash up of parts, but hey it works and looks pretty nice!!! How's it fly? Short wing which would mean it would roll pretty quick. Small stab which would mean stabilizer tracking at...
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    I used block planes at times but had better...

    I used block planes at times but had better results with using like 40 or 60 grit sanding paper and progressively finer grit as I got closer to the final shape. Planes and I sometimes don't get...
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    I sanded my tail feathers down using same...

    I sanded my tail feathers down using same technique as Bob. Marked the centerline and used the Great Planes sanding bars with progressively finer sanding paper. Used the really rough stuff initially...
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    I used Ambroid glue in the past as well. But gave...

    I used Ambroid glue in the past as well. But gave it up because of the fumes. Cleanup and excess wipe off was rather messy too. Went to Titebond, Epoxy and CA and never went back to Ambroid.
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    I have and planning to incorporate some of the...

    I have and planning to incorporate some of the modifications that Mike put into his US 60. Solid ideas and worth the extra effort. I will use retracts and push them out one wing bay as he suggested....
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    Thank you KaP2011, Awesome information and...

    Thank you KaP2011,

    Awesome information and greatly appreciated. Type 2 Titebond it is. Will glue up the spars today. I have some aluminum square and bar stock that is straigh as an arrow and will...
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    I saw that the Titebond III was the waterproof...

    I saw that the Titebond III was the waterproof type glue. But they list the Titebond II as Premium Type (or extended type) glue. My ignorance is showing through on this stuff, but I welcome the...
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    I saw that the Titebond III was the waterproof...

    I saw that the Titebond III was the waterproof type glue. But they list the Titebond II as Premium Type (or extended type) glue. My ignorance is showing through on this stuff, but I welcome the...
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    I was told from my brother and father that this...

    I was told from my brother and father that this glue was excellent for laminating the spars: http://www.woodcraft.com/Product/08L42/Titebond-II-Glue-8oz.aspx.

    I posted the the link from my...
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    Interesting setup and and thank you for sharing. ...

    Interesting setup and and thank you for sharing. Perhaps if the engine were mounted upright the header would not have been an issue? There is a pretty significant angle of the bottom sheeting which...
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    I've tapered the tail feathers on mine. I heard...

    I've tapered the tail feathers on mine. I heard that it allows a cleaner flow and release of the air flow over the surface. Less burble which equates to more precise control.
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    I'm sure it's just me but the landing gear just...

    I'm sure it's just me but the landing gear just looks strange to me. Still a nice looking plane! I'm inspired! What header/muffler are you using?

    Cheers,
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    Will do sir and thank you. Santa was pretty nice...

    Will do sir and thank you. Santa was pretty nice with a gift card to my favorite building supply store, So heading that way to pickup a new building board and some new power toys (drill press and...
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    Beautiful airplane! I'm inspired to get busy on...

    Beautiful airplane! I'm inspired to get busy on mine! Thank you for sharing!

    I have the Ultra Sport 1000 tail feathers done and now starting on the Wing panels. Rhome Air Retracts and will...
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    Thank you Lonestoner... You'll have to share how...

    Thank you Lonestoner... You'll have to share how the Moki 140 performs. I'm locked in to the OS 120 AX as stated earlier. Cost me more of my fun money if I try to switch at this point. I'm sure...
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    Thank you Stoner for the engine info. But...

    Thank you Stoner for the engine info. But already committed hardware wise to use the OS 120AX. Header, pipe and engine mount already purchased and sitting on the bench waiting for me to use. But...
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    I'm planning to put an OS 120AX in mine with a...

    I'm planning to put an OS 120AX in mine with a tuned muffled pipe. For two purposes really. First is that with a properly tuned installation there is a pretty good boost in power coming from the...
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    Thank you Milt for your kind words. As a guy who...

    Thank you Milt for your kind words. As a guy who had a prognosis and was told by one of his doctors that I basically had 3-6 months to live, I was elated with the news passed my way just last week. ...
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    Hi Gents, Been out of the hobby for a while...

    Hi Gents,

    Been out of the hobby for a while due to career moves, working entirely too much for the past several years and recently been dealing with a very aggressive type of brain tumor Cancer...
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    So when was the last time you used Monokote? ...

    So when was the last time you used Monokote? Terrible stuff nowadays. Go to Ultracote instead...
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    The "cool factor" will always being something to...

    The "cool factor" will always being something to consider when building an airplane or installing hardware. I'm sure others will chime in on the benefits of electric retracts over pneumatics, as...
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    I have seen the e-flite 60-120 retracts and I've...

    I have seen the e-flite 60-120 retracts and I've heard that they are solid and perform well. If I had them I would use a separate battery pack and not put the flight pack at risk of an initial high...
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    I've been receiving email notifications for this...

    I've been receiving email notifications for this forum string and the post email link referring to JohnB96041 update took me to page 37 and not to this page.. Still broken..... I'm using my iPad 3...
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    Thank you Ken and team for all your work... Data...

    Thank you Ken and team for all your work... Data migrations and software upgrades are always painful.... Not having adequate resources or support available to resolve problems makes it even more...
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