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Rear Stringer Detail

Rear Stringer Detail

Stringers sanded so that fabric flows flush off the stringers to rear diagonal just forward of tailpost. Thinning them out and tying them off to U-shaped welded on clip is a-la Christen Eagle. Temporary PVC tube allows rear pushrod to move back and forth in position without difficulty. Fifty lbs worth of dirty shotbags keep the tail down with the engine on the nose.
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