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Old 08-28-2017, 07:26 PM
jibby212 jibby212 is online now
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I am building my fuselage now but getting used to following the plans really stood out to me. Most all my projects were scratch built or highly modified versions of what I have seen ( never an aircraft but airboats and lots of mechanical stuff) It was figuring it out as you went and thinking of how to solve the next issue 24/7. It became natural so getting the plans and interpreting someones design other than my own was a little eye opening, I remember this well. I work in construction and read plans all the time with no problem but I have been doing that a long time and its not an airplane.
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Old 08-29-2017, 04:40 PM
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Default Quite the responses....

I do not detect one ounce of Sympathy!

Thanks for all the responses and especially the last one saying yup it is just ME!

Good laugh here for sure.

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