Clint L Gosch
  • Cedar Rapids, IA
  • United States
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Jan 4
Clint L Gosch posted a status
"Updrilled all of 75F4-7 left and right. Drilled 75F14-3 left and right. Located and drilled 75F4-9 left and right."
Jan 4
Clint L Gosch posted a status
"Fabricated and partially drilled 75F4-7 left and right."
Jan 2
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Jan 2
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"Fabricated and test fit 75F11-4 left and right. Layed out rivet pitch. Almost time to updrill and re-claim some silver clecos."
Jan 1
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Dec 31, 2015
Clint L Gosch posted a status
"Fabricated, located, and drilled 75F11-5, 75F12-1, 75F11-6, 75F11-3. Fabricated both 75F4-9. Seat bases next."
Dec 31, 2015
Clint L Gosch posted a status
"Ordered my last sheet of aluminum!! Hoping to get back into the shop soon"
Oct 28, 2015
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Sep 20, 2015
Clint L Gosch posted a status
"Fabricated 75F11-1 and both 75F11-2's. Drilled 75F11-1 to fuselage. Uploaded two more photos."
Sep 20, 2015
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"Went to the open house on Friday, met and talked with a bunch of great people and saw some great flying. Looking forward to next year!"
Sep 19, 2015
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Sep 19, 2015
Clint L Gosch posted a status
"Drilled 75F10-1 and both 75F4-8's to forward and rear plans built fuselage."
Sep 13, 2015
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Sep 13, 2015
Clint L Gosch posted a status
"Rechecked all my angles and drilled cabin frame for front and rear fuselage. Trimmed both 75F7-9."
Aug 24, 2015
ronald zielke left a comment for Clint L Gosch
"thanks clint  you can't believe how simple it is to just put it together  i have decided to cut the elevator crank off of the torque tube, there was a post on line that someone did that i really liked and am kind of copping it i…"
Jun 30, 2015

Profile Information

Aircraft Model
STOL CH 750
Project Status
Less than half
Building From
Plans-only
Engine installed (or plan to install)
Continental O-200
Building Experience
No Experience
Flying Experience
Private Pilot
Building and Flying Info / Your Profession / Other Background Info
PPL since 2005. Built CH601XL rudder from a kit a few years back. Currently scratch building a CH750, Completed rudder, stabilizer, elevator, flaperons, slats, wings, and fuel tanks.
Sr. Engineering Technician, Rockwell Collins.
Home Airport (ie. KMYJ)
C17

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At 11:32am on June 30, 2015, ronald zielke said…

thanks clint  you can't believe how simple it is to just put it together  i have decided to cut the elevator crank off of the torque tube, there was a post on line that someone did that i really liked and am kind of copping it i can't remember his name but will get it and post the credit to him.   having fun see you at mexico in september, my son and i will be going early to attend c.c 34 and finish the build of my corvair motor

At 9:19pm on February 8, 2015, ronald zielke said…

Hi  how did you make the bend for that z bend on the back of slats?  On my break I will have to make the first 90 and then turn the sheet over to make the second bend and that will be against the first bend ,    not good

At 3:05pm on July 16, 2014, ronald zielke said…

hi clint  what wire did you use for your position lights?  I think I'm going to use aveo  powerburst, from a/s.  I'm still not sure if it has to be used with shielded or regular. in there info sheet they suggest 20 ga but do not say shielded ?????   What lights did you use  thanks Ron

At 8:58pm on February 11, 2014, ronald zielke said…

hi clint;  ron zielke here. could you please sent me your home or cell to my personal email zman@scrtc.com would like to ask some questions but not on this form.  And a good time to call.        Thanks for your help.

At 9:51pm on October 1, 2013, ronald zielke said…

thanks my friend this has been very helpful, I hope mine turns out as good as yours

At 6:00pm on September 30, 2013, ronald zielke said…

Clint it looks like you got the riser table from Cleveland tool, did you mount the "c" frame to it  and slide the hole assembly along your table to rivet the spars?  on Your fuel tanks, did you have a drawing for them or just design them yourself?  One last question did you  drill both spar and cap together, and did you  drill by hand or drill press.  Your workmanship is really great. thanks     Ron

At 11:15pm on April 22, 2013, ronald zielke said…

clint thanks for your comments on the rudder I have been watching your site too and wish i were as far along as you. Your pics are realy great.  When i need help, your one place i always ck

At 8:34am on January 5, 2013, Pat Kelly said…

Thanks for all the great pictures Clint. It's a huge help. Keep them coming. Your craftsmanship is outstanding.

Pat

 
 
 

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