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Fuselage Stringers

Redtail

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Hi All:


Of those of you whohave made your fuselage stringers, can you tell me what kind of wood you used and where did you get it. I'm building a Pitts S1C and am ready to start making the stringers. I'm questioning weather or not they have to be spruce. Spruce is so expensive.


Thanks
Matt
 

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