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Big Toot Wing Rib in Michigan

Yankee-Toot

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Hi all!


Well its been a full weekend and I'm happy to say I have successfully built my first "solo" rib for my "Big Toot". This is a neat feeling having crafted a piece of an airplane. Thanks again goes out to Tommy, Phil, and Gary for giving me a good start to my project.


Below is a picture of my first "semi-complete" rib. I still need to add the leading edge cap and trailing edge cap when my ply arrives. Then its trim off the excess, sand down the edges, and give it an epoxy bath.


I'll post again when I get more done.


Matt
Yankee-Toot
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