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Don January

Taylor-Monoplane

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end design and getting it mounted. Stayed with something light and simple and with bushing thickness I can gain or lose height from rudder base to ground by nearly 2 inches.

 

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Well got the tail wheel mounted and picked up some tires and brake shoes and hubs. Will order Azusa rims soon and get busy on the mains. I came up with my own tail wheel mount and it really works good and found no need for a added shock and weight. I'm plugging along on a very fun build.

 

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