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Skybolt project

jetnut

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Guys, I'm a new member to the forum so pardon all the questions. I am considering a mostly complete Skybolt project. Apparently it was started about 20 years ago and is mostly complete. I'm thinking about looking at it. My question is: What do I look for? Glue joints, welding, builders log etc. Should I take my local EAA Technical advisor along. Sounds like the project need some TLC but I want to make sure it is of quality construction. Also, I would imagine it was constructed with the old gear, if so should I build the new gear as per the newer plans?


Thanks for the help


Jetnut
 

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