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Old 03-09-2014, 06:49 PM   #3
dheaton
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Originally Posted by thepiper92 View Post
Perhaps you should build without the directions. With directions, you tend to barely use plans, as I did with my mountain models p51. When I went to the p47 build I was forced to learn the plans, and it has helped. They should have all info you need to build the plane properly, such as stringer thickness, sheeting thickness and formers labelled
Yes you are probably right. The plane is almost built (20 years ago) and just remembered that is does not have ailerons. I would like to put some on. Not too good at changing plans like that but how hard could it be right? It is either that or put is away for another 20 years.
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