Discussion in 'Thruster' started by Admin, Jan 31, 2016.
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Hi ,my name Ian Lawrence and I may have to transport a Thruster (built in 1987) and as I will have no place to land will have to transport it by trailer,so my question is how easy is it to remove the wings off the aircraft,hoping someone can help many thanks Ian L
they are very easy to remove and fold
But time consuming, that's why I'm thinking of a wing fold system like the Kolb series for my T83/4 restoration.
Many thanks Ian L.
HELLO IAN TO REMOVE THE WINGS IS A TWO PERSON JOB OR SOME THING AT THE RIGHT HEIGHT TO SUPPORT THE WING AS YOU SET IT UP ON A NO WIND DAY DONE IT A FEW TIMES BIT OF A HASSLE BETTER WITH TWO PEOPLE AS BRACES AND OTHER THINGS NEED DOING THE WING NEEDS TO BE MOVED UP OR DOWN TO INSERT NUTS AN BOLTS DIFFICULT ON YOUR OWN REGARDS KERMIT
Kermit, no need to shout (all capitals) we hear you just fine.
ohhhh all this time i have sent emails upper case and lower as and when the computers caps lock is on or off .... but i see it as looking better...... an that's classed as shouting wow.... so its another way of being rude i wonder who thought that one up i always thought '''''*-----***** etc was being rude ARHHH BUGGAR i don't think i wish to conform so i thank you cobber for the info but if i change now my friends will want to know whats wrong with me regards kermit
He owns an aircraft so he is entitled to be a 'Capitalist'
I must be stupid today!! Took me a few reads to get that last post.
Since this thread is about a particular type of plane and not about capitalism, I don't think he needed that info THRUST upon him
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