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At 6:40pm on February 3, 2017, Jack Schnurr said…
Jim great to hear from you, I cant sort out your email address, send it to me, I will give you all the info

Jack
At 9:19pm on January 9, 2014, zihad mahmud said…

Hi Jim, may i know your email?

it just that i want to ask about the Flaperon Control Cover. Did you make a hole on it to ease the flaperon control torque for the bolts? What is the diameter and did you close it with something such as plexi glass?

thanks jim

At 9:13am on February 27, 2013, Max Russell Baldwin said…

Jim, I have been looking at your photos posted and have a 750 project somewhere in progress. I  am using a 0-200 engine and  would appreciate knowing where I could get an exhaust  made up like yours.   Max

At 9:02am on September 21, 2012, Tom Neal said…

Hi Jim

I'm not that guy, I live in NC.

Tom

At 8:40am on May 14, 2012, guy bishoff said…

Hi Jim.... I really like your panel layout.... I'm planning on very much the same layout... would you have any pictures from the back showing how you supported the radios, glovebox etc... any pic's very much appreciated.  Thanks.  Guy.    my e-mail is   gtbishof@telusplanet.net

At 10:41pm on April 8, 2011, Rick Lach said…
Hi Jim,

Looking forward to meeting you and your CH-750 at our Fly-in this May. Tell all your friends, the more people that attend the more fun for everyone.

Rick
At 8:37pm on September 30, 2010, David A. Wiebe said…
Jim:

I'm building a 750. Have the tailfeathers complete, and hope to have the rear fuselage completed this weekend. You photos and comments have provided me great encouragement! Great colors! I'm a California native from Chico, and have been farming in the Williamete Valley in Oregon for the past 20 years.

Dave Wiebe
At 5:29pm on August 27, 2010, Joseph F. Truncale said…
Thanks for "clean" comment, Jim.
I work at a small aerospace company, and FOD is a dirty word.
Actually, I think I'm just being respectful to the plane and the project.
Best,
Joe
At 8:13pm on August 9, 2010, Lee Engel said…
Thanks for your help, I hope mine turns out as nice as yours P,S. I like your use of aluminum fuel pipes!. Lee
At 10:22am on August 7, 2010, Lee Engel said…
I also like your center console your own design? did you order the 0200 fire wall forword kit from Zeneth?. Lee
At 11:06am on April 12, 2010, Dr. Edward L. Olds III said…
Jim,
Thanks for the information. I'm a bit away from this part yet, but I'm optimistic. I like the idea of getting stuff off the panel, such as the key switch, etc. Looks great and gives you some options.
Ed
At 10:14pm on April 11, 2010, Dr. Edward L. Olds III said…
Jim,
I like the center pedestal you installed. Where did you get the plan, or is it your own design?
Ed

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