I am still completing the rubber puck change over, installing 12 rubber donut (which was Rogers recommendation..... however I’m really just doing so now because I have easy access with the engine off. I’m putting it up on amphib floats where I plan to keep it, so I may not know any time soon how well the pucks do for the nose gear.....
Flying and my plan to build a CH640 have taken a back seat in the last couple of years. So I'm sorry to say there is no 640 to view. I am very keen to hear all about yours though. What are your plans when you're visiting NZ?
Thats a shame about the web site, it was helpful to look at when I had questions. I have the tail done also and am working on the fuse, Im not sure why I started there before the wings but I did. I'm about 70 or 80% done with the fuse. I am building from scratch so the doors and canopy have kicked my butt. Otherwise it has been pretty smooth. Have you ever flown a ch 640? I was wondering how they fly. Most of my time has been in a cherokee 180. I assume it flies much like that.
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