I met you a couple years back at an EAA leaders boot camp. You were building wheel skis for the Zenith. I have a Zenith Cruzar I built and would like to build those wheel skis. Do you still have the plans? Thanks,
No worries, good to hear from you. I saw your post on having time in the zenith planes and wondered if you knew the difference in the gear. I am sure someone will post a definitive answer soon. There is a lot about those two planes that are the same so my vote is that the difference is probably not in the gear legs but in the tires and wheels. But I really don't know.
Kyle, you are always invited to come over! I am about 3/4 finished and i am ready to mount the engine next week. I live at 2809 Scenic Drive on the west side. The plane is in my garage. I've had it now for about 6 years. Because of my job, I can only work on it about 5 months of the year. I'm at 237-1450. Are you building right now?
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