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  1. Feb 2, 2010 #41

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    Just finished my website / builders log about building Waiex # 142 and got it hosted.. take a look!

    www.milpon.com
     
  2. Feb 5, 2010 #42

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    O. K., I guess I should get mine in... www.rv7.us
     
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    Hey there.

    Blog means BuildersLog in terms of HBA? Then I have a little Dlog (DesignLog) started right today. Feel free to comment!

    http://maltehoeltken.blog.com/

    Many Happy Landings,
     
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    Looking good!
     
  9. Jun 15, 2011 #49
    Hi Everyone,

    I belong to a company called Micro Fasteners. I've been helping hobbyists like yourselves for many years and can offer advice for the build of nearly any of your projects. Reply to this message if there's any way I can help you out.

    Thank you,
    Rich
     
  10. Jun 17, 2011 #50

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    I have been working on a Kitfox IV for several years. The build site I was using was Yahoo SiteBuilder. I have had quite a bit of trouble logging in to update the site since I "updated" to Windows 7. There is quite a bit of info on the build here almost complete. www.azshowersolutions.com/Kitfox1.html
    Dan
     
  11. Jul 20, 2011 #51

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    Hey All, Been real busy but thought I would pop in and show you guys what we are working on. Its the ThunderHawk 165........


    14367d1319356815-new-upholstery-supplier-100_2827.jpg
     
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    Hello everyone! Just getting started on the next project, but here is a link to my build site for our Wag Aero Clipped Wing Sport Trainer -- RV-Builder.com
     
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    My min-pin requests more pictures of Jazz. Great progress, thanks for sharing your Kolb adventures too. I got some great ideas for my project's interior.
     
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    These are some of my Favorites...
    Gotta Fly...
    Mike & "Jaz" the Flying Dogz
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    . Jaz - Mutt Muffs 003.jpg Jaz - Mutt Muffs 009.jpg HPIM0175.JPG
     
  17. Aug 29, 2013 #57

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    Hi all:

    Just new to this site.
    Here's the link to my build log photo gallery for my Skyranger Nynja.
    Build Photos 1
    I live in Australia and have been flying the Nynja for a bit over 12 months now. My Nynja was also in the completions section of Kitplanes and was a centrefold *blush* in "Sport Pilot" the magazine of our governing body RA-Aus.
     
  18. Aug 29, 2013 #58

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    Hi Scott,

    Now there's a familiar face - welcome to HBA g-day-mate.gif

    Cheers, Alan
     
  19. Aug 29, 2013 #59

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    Scott,

    I am not a fan of using band wraps as you are on rubber and plastic tubing. The tubing collapses and then the band wrap is loose and not doing what you intended it to do. Then if you tighten it, you start to restrict the flow or stop it completely.

    Otherwise looks like great work and good photography.

    Not sure what the red paint is for. I have never seen a nylock nut back off.

    I would suggest something like this.

    Yes you still have to use a band wrap, but at least the anchor will stay put.



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  20. Oct 7, 2014 #60

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    Here is one link more : Builder Thomas DE WILDE - www.flying-rv7.com
    Building of a VANS RV-7 in the North of France

    Have fun & fly safe
     

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