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Old 01-20-2018, 04:10 PM
Kyle Boatright Kyle Boatright is offline
 
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Default RV-10 Fuse Cart (Marietta, GA)

Free to a good home:

If anyone needs a fuselage cart for an RV-10, mine's available as of today. 2x4 frame with 4 casters. Designed for the main spar stubs to sit on the frame rails and carry most of the weight. The rear pick-up uses the step structure.

Small enough to lean against a garage wall for a month or two if you're not quite ready yet. Could be disassembled all the way down to sticks and casters in 15 minutes.

Pick-up only.

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Old 01-20-2018, 04:22 PM
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Can I please have it? Ill come and get it.
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Old 01-20-2018, 07:30 PM
TFeeney TFeeney is offline
 
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If anyone needs a fuselage cart for an RV-10, mine's available as of today.
Congrats on the next phase! Must feel good...
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Old 01-20-2018, 07:54 PM
Kyle Boatright Kyle Boatright is offline
 
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Congrats on the next phase! Must feel good...
Many thanks!

Today was a long day. Had to relocate the fuselage from the basement to the garage and take the wings from the garage to the basement. Lots of shuffling to get the fuse into the garage, and lots of cleaning done (and still to do) in the basement to clean up what looks like an inch of sanding dust on everything.

What looked like a relatively small fuselage when it was on my low-rider cart now looks like a big 'ol airplane up on the gear. The stepover height has grown substantially as well. I hope I don't have to run the wife's car out of the garage during any of the finish-up. It's gonna be hard to stay on "my side" once the engine is mounted and the airplane grows another 3 feet.
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Old 02-12-2018, 11:37 PM
bayoubengal bayoubengal is offline
 
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I am interested in table if still available. I live south of Atl and could pick it up at your convenience.

Hutch

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Free to a good home:

If anyone needs a fuselage cart for an RV-10, mine's available as of today. 2x4 frame with 4 casters. Designed for the main spar stubs to sit on the frame rails and carry most of the weight. The rear pick-up uses the step structure.

Small enough to lean against a garage wall for a month or two if you're not quite ready yet. Could be disassembled all the way down to sticks and casters in 15 minutes.

Pick-up only.

Send PM.
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Old 02-13-2018, 05:53 AM
Kyle Boatright Kyle Boatright is offline
 
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Another builder claimed it and picked it up a couple of weekends ago.

Thanks,
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