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Big Toot Wing Tip Installation No brass tacks

Sonoftoot

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Here is how the Big Toot Wing tips are installed. One quarter inch groves cut into each rib and spars.. Very Strong and will not come loose... No brass tacks used at all.
Just T-88 and 1/4" 5 Ply Aircraft Plywood used for gussets... Everyting just slides together when prepared correctly.
I just wanted to share this with everyone....
Enjoy.
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