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  • #31
    Hi Kevin,

    I add little blocks inside to minimize the bending load on the screws and keep the shocks centered.

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    Scott

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  • #32
    How do you make a good towplane even better? More power. The new DLE 130 is going into the Swiss Pawnee.

    Kevin K

    Kremer Aerotowing Team

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    • #33
      A little break from building in this thread, was able to maiden the Yellow Pawnee at Cumberland. Spent about half the day waiting for the gusty winds to calm down, then the wind started back up as soon as I took off. Despite the winds, it flew great! Towed the rest of the weekend with it!







      Kevin K

      Kremer Aerotowing Team

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      • #34
        Back to the Swiss Pawnee, fuel tanks are built, a little replacement covering done on the fuse to match the rudder, elevator and wingtip repaired. Picked up servos from Jeremy at Cumberland, thanks ModelBox!









        Kevin K

        Kremer Aerotowing Team

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        • #35
          Your welcome Kevin, will i need to get paint matched for this bird too!

          Jeremy

          SCC AAA TT TN

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          • Sinkhappens86
            Sinkhappens86 commented
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            Nope, all set for this one!

        • #36
          wont hurt to run some hinge gap seal tape on those tail parts.. might help a tad at very slow speed near landing..

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          • Sinkhappens86
            Sinkhappens86 commented
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            Haven't had any issues with the other two, but will think about it!
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