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I finally drill out the holes to final size for attaching the main and center spars together.
The video below describes the process I went through. Hopefully other scratch builders
will find a few useful tidbits of information when they get to a similar point.
On to assembling some airplane sized parts!
Added by Damon Brantley on June 25, 2018 at 6:17am — No Comments
As purchased, the main landing gear was reversed to put the gear 4 inches forward (see photos) to help the builder better hold off the nose gear when landing. I plan to put it back to its intended (correct) position. The engine is an O-235.
What is the best method to support the airframe when removing the main gear and reattaching it?
I plan to support the wings under a rib on each side using sailplane wing supports and the fuselage under the width of a bulkhead with the nose…Continue
hi all trying to fit my wing root skins could do with some better build pics,and how to do it imfo thanks Tony.
Added by Jan Eggenfellner on June 6, 2018 at 8:25pm — No Comments
Fellow Zenith Builders,
It's time once again to announce the Zenith Aircraft Builders Banquet for 2018! Our event will once again be held at the Oshkosh Elks Lodge, 175 West Fernau Ave, in Oshkosh, on Thursday, July 26. As always we have very comfortable seating, our own private bar, award winning food, and door prizes! The full bar will open at 5:30 PM for people that would like to come and relax early. Dinner starts at 7:00 PM. Tickets are once again available at the door…Continue
Up until now I’ve been using a paper logbook but taking a lot of pictures for my own reference later (and for the memories).
It occurred to me that Wordpress would make a great build log platform (and it is free, my favorite word!). I was originally just going to set it to private, but since a lot of people want to see the progress I figured what the heck…
So if you’re looking for something to put you to sleep:…Continue
Added by Michael Doornbos on June 4, 2018 at 7:11am — No Comments