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Old 12-30-2020, 07:00 PM
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Finished up the canopy fairing. Like the rest of my fiberglass, it's not perfect, but it fits great and is plenty good to go to the painters. I also got the main gear on and hung the engine. The instructions for the gear are a single line that basically say "this can't be easier, tube goes in hole and a single bolt". After some blow torches and ice bath, lots of sanding, making a drift pin and bending said drift pin with a 4lb dead blow, and hours of fighting it, the gear went in. Great job on the instructions vans....
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