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Pilot-34

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Low time pilot (800hrs) with a fascination with modifying things.
Most of the things I’ve been building so far were made with quarter inch to inch and a half thick steel.
So thin aluminum (anything less than a half an inch thick) is a new enterprise.
A lot of my interest here will be if my wild ideas are possible in aviation.
 

Pilot-34

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Lol sadly although I acknowledge you’re correct I have never learned that lesson!
What I have learned while inventing certain machinery is that I can make about four major modifications to a basic unit before it is so messed up that I have to start a new ,one generally speaking somewhere between four and six basic units later ( 16 to 24 major tries) I am usually happy with The results.
 
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