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Old 07-01-2022, 07:04 PM
UNCRV UNCRV is offline
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Originally Posted by gblwy View Post
My insurers wrote-off my RV12 following a broken noseleg landing. Thereís lots of labour for a major repair. Mine was damaged as far back as the F-1202 bulkhead (including that one). Is it all worth it? Iím rebuilding mine but had to wait 6 months for parts and the rebuild is more complex than the original build. Iím budgetting on 12 months elapsed build time, part-time admittedly, but I did build it originally so have all the tools, plans etc.

Good luck!
I was wondering about that too. Getting that U channel out seems like a very big job based on putting it together. I wondered if rebuilding a fuselage would not be close to equal work. The firewall part would be small compared to the U channel.
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