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      soneraifred replied to the thread New Wagabond builder.
      The only aluminum in a Wag-A-Bond wing is the leading edge, the trailing edge, and the aileron bay cove. The inboard leading edges are...
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      soneraifred replied to the thread New Wagabond builder.
      As far as holding the covers down, I formed up some aluminum angles, fluted them to the rib shape and attached them with some #6 machine...
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      soneraifred replied to the thread New Wagabond builder.
      The fuel line routing is fairly straight forward. The line from the front tank port goes down the front of the front door post. The line...
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      soneraifred replied to the thread New Wagabond builder.
      The fuel tank caps must be vented. I have the type with tubes pointed into the air flow. I also do not have a header tank, just a...
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      soneraifred replied to the thread New Wagabond builder.
      I have an 18 gallon Citabria fuel tank in each wing with an aluminum cover over each tank. I had to remove two ribs and install a...
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      soneraifred replied to the thread New Wagabond builder.
      My Sonerai IIL had a mostly Great Plains 2180 VW. I thought it was easier to land than the Wag. I had to adapt to the Wag because it...
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      soneraifred replied to the thread New Wagabond builder.
      My Wag-A-Bond has been flying for a little over three years and has a little more than 300 hours on the Hobbs. It’s great fun to fly...
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      soneraifred replied to the thread New Wagabond builder.
      Fletcher: You are correct. The RT32 tube is centered inside the T32 tube to reinforce the shock strut fitting area. Just so you know...
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