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Old 12-14-2016, 09:04 PM
Billythekid Billythekid is offline
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Default RV-6 fuse slow build

I am reading and looking at pics , preparing to start work on the 6 fuse, my fuse is a 2009 non pp, does anybody have a good log of their build that I may ask to have a look at so as to study it and help me to continue my journey?
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Old 12-15-2016, 07:34 AM
j-red j-red is offline
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There are some great ones over on Its a little hard to find the search function, but it's there where you can search for logs by model. Also, I've had good success finding discussions and photos of specific components/systems by doing a google images search for "vans rv ____________".
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Old 12-15-2016, 09:18 AM
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These old instructions from Frank Justice may help... but they were made before we all had digital cameras and smart phones so it's all text...

•Fuselage Construction ◦Fuselage Kit (Last Updated 11/18/95)

◦Fuselage Bulkhead Construction (Last Updated 2/10/96)

◦Jigging the Fuselage (Last Updated 2/11/96)

◦Removing the Fuselage from the Jig (Last Updated 2/10/1996)

◦Gear Leg (Last Updated 1/3/1997)

◦Finishing (Last Updated 4/13/1997)
Gil Alexander
EAA Technical Counselor, Airframe Mechanic
Half completed RV-10 QB purchased
RV-6A N61GX - finally flying
Grumman Tiger N12GA - flying
La Cholla Airpark (57AZ) Tucson AZ
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