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Old 01-03-2018, 07:40 PM
Aviator Aviator is offline
 
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Default Wing kit- slow build

So back in 2006 I purchased my RV 10 wing kit, slow build after finishing the tail.
Life happened, had three deployments, and I have not done anything to it. Still all there, in good shape.
I want to move ahead now and have decided I am going to order a QB both wing and Fuse. This is my new year resolution, plan to have a flying aircraft by 2019.
Still have the original crate it came in.
Have no clue what it would fetch.
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Old 01-06-2018, 03:00 AM
UltraFlash UltraFlash is offline
 
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I'd be interested in the wing kit - sent you a PM.

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Old 01-13-2018, 07:34 AM
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Have decided to sell my SB wing kit and going forward with QB wing and fuselage. Have read up on the wants and delete stuff on the QB kit when ordering and have made a list.
Have a question. Are the wheels that Vans kit has (Matco) the same as the ones directly from Matco that goes with their brakes and pads, or different?
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