Fuselage stretch mod for Taylor Monoplane

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Bill-Higdon

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Thank you for correcting that Kiwi, I wasn't aware of that change, the original was of course limited by the length of our lounge!
Great to make contact with you and Rhona again and seeing the Titch progressing nicely.
The size of it's major components being limited by the size of your hose is something I remember reading about The Monoplane back in the 60's.
 

don january

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Sorry Bill I just had to make a joke of the size of "HOSE" that you read about in last post. I do hope it was a garden hose. :wonder: On the other hand I'm glad I went with the stock slant fire wall Taylor-mono it does save some money on material along with room in my Hose. Opps House. :) I also will be building the stock speed brake (flaps) in the rootwings
 
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