5.5 aux tank wood floor

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Nathan K. Hammond
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Re: 5.5 aux tank wood floor

Post by Nathan K. Hammond » Sat Jul 02, 2011 14:14

Kyle, I think like you. If the ribs failed and the tank collapsed downward, then the spar would prevent it from going any farther. But he's the IA and it's his name in the Logs so I'll do it his way.

We're packing up the house, but I think the Champ will stay in GA until the last minute or when we sell the house. I don't have a good place to store/work on it in Kentucky yet. That said; anytime you're out and about swing down to Peachstate and take a look.

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Re: 5.5 aux tank wood floor

Post by MikeB » Sat Jul 02, 2011 16:51

Nathan,
If you're moving, I suggest Wisconsin. We have lots of 'cool weather' up here. I can probably even find you a hangar spot.

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Re: 5.5 aux tank wood floor

Post by joea » Wed Jul 06, 2011 23:28

Nathan,

Where are you moving and hope you got a flying job!

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