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Pitts windshield fairing

macwolf

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Anyone got any advice on how to make this thing up? I'm expecting a soft alum ruler-shape, folded slightly down the centre line, then stretched with a rubber mallet around the curve, or using a stretcher?

Raven suggested fiberglass... anyone got a fiberglass fairing here? I'm concerned it may not be strong enough to hold the canopy... it's not just a fairing, it actually holds it in place to the combing, and is structural.

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