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Decided on Going Kit Build instead of Plans

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  • Decided on Going Kit Build instead of Plans

    Well, I've been wanting to build this LSA for a while. Thought a plans built would work, but life happens and work on the LSA hasn't. My Legal Eagle is near complete and RV6 is recently sold. It's time , so i purchased the wings last week (-:
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  • #2
    Outstanding! That's a big jump in progress.
    Christopher Owens
    Bearhawk 4-Place Scratch Built, Plans 991
    Bearhawk Patrol Scratch Built, Plans P313
    Germantown, Wisconsin, USA


    • #3
      For you LSA builders out there - Frank, who posted these pics of his QB wings, is a prop manufacturer who is working on fine tuning a good performing wood prop for the LSA. Initial tests were positive, and Frank is tweeking the design a little. Should be a good, reasonable cost option for LSA builders. Mark


      • #4
        Your wing in a crate photo brings back memories--long ago memories. Those crates make a great work table. We kept them stacked, put 4 x 8 sheets of plywood on top and put some Harbour freight wood dollies under each corner. That brought it up to a nice height and it was movable!! Also all the foam is now hanging on our hanger doors. Sounds like a lot of experience in your corner. Should be a fun build. D.