- Feb 10, 2015
Good to hear the stuff made it. As a Tech adviser FritzW I can only imagine the challenge when I can hardly get the sequence of events correct for my build in my own head.:gig: I suppose at times the class will look at you as if you where singing a bad Karaoke song.Yes it did, thanks! It was floating around the front office.
I went to the school yesterday and did the initial tech counselor visit (it was weird doing a TC visit on what used to be my airplane). Needless to say I thought the workmanship was outstanding :gig:
Thanks ahead Little Scrapper. I appreciate the effort. That will be a real big deal for the kids to open.I was unable to find the tailwheel today, but I know I have it. I have three barns to search through so it takes time. I'll keep digging this week, she'll show up.
Correct, the Scotts are heel brakes. If you find an opportunity to sell or trade them to a Cub owner, let me know, and I will send them.BJC,
Thank you very much for your offer and I'm sorry for the delay in responding to your offer. It took a while to learn enough to respond. I conferred with our technical advisor and the Baby Ace is set up with toe brakes. The rudder pedals are already welded together with the brake pedals in place.. If I'm not mistaken, the Scotts are for a different application (heal brakes?). If I am mistaken, please let me know. Thank anyway, and keep us in mind if you find other treasures. -TheMaj
It hasn't yet. I own a plumbing business and we are getting slammed with cold weather, busted pipes etc. I just need to find time, go down to the post office and deal with it. I've been putting on 70 hour weeks so by the time I'm done everything is closed. You'll get it, I always deliver.How is that working out Scrapper??
Thanks for asking! We are starting SLOWLY!How many of the students showed up in their leather flying helmet and goggles?:gig: Just checking in and seeing how things are going.