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    1. tsoyourou2
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    2. herbrose
      Good Morning:

      I used 8/32 nut plates on the wheel pants, for attaching the lower cuff to the wheel pant. 8/32 nut plates were also used on the lower part of the wing at the access panel for the upper cuff. A single 10/32 bolt was used on the outboard side of the wheel pant which went through a 3/4 in alum. spacer from the end of the axle to the inboard side of the wheel pant, and the mounting bracket for the wheel pants in board side at the landing gear, I used 4-8/32 nut plates installed on the mounting braket.

      You're welcome to contact me directly at thus, affording the ability to send several pictures directly to you on the installation.

      While it seems overkill, I'm pleased with the results thus far.

      Herb Rose, N657HR Sacramento, PA
    3. catscradle
      Herb, pants and cuffs look really good! Building some myself right now and wondering what the attachement methods for the cuffs to the pant is on yours. the look and was thinking of the pretty much the same. Could you share please the hardware and how?

      Catscradle.....Peoria, IL
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    Sacramento PA
    Current / Future projects:
    Building a Bob Bushby, Mustang II. Waiting for the wings currently, from MA

    Aircraft finished, and flown now for a total of 52 hours as of 10/20/08; now to get it ready for paint this winter. I'm thinking of a PT-19 scheme with Army Air Corp insignias on the wings and tail cone.

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    Past Projects:
    2008 Bob Bushby Mustang II. IO 360, fixed pitch prop by Sensenich, full glass cockpit.
    Love to build things, but most of all really enjoy my new Mustang II!

    Aircraft/flying tail dragger is a blast! Ahh, nut do keep your toes ready:)
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