'Est. Bldg. Time 1400 hrs.'
How many years to go? That's a lot of weekends even assuming you don't
have anything else going on in your life.
It depends a bit on how long my partner in the project is laid up
with his foot surgery - bilateral midfoot fusion.
2 knees have alreadytaken him out of comission for 1 full year, plus
shoulder reconstruction X2 and carpal tunnel surgery X3.
Hoping to get it out of the garage and into a hangar this spring for
final assembly. Need to finish the covering on the fuselage (half
done) finish installing the fuel system, final mount the wings and
doors, install the electrical system and instruments, and the engine
Lotsa fun - - -
First part of his working carreer was in network support. He then
became a production welder.
He has a family history of arthritis.
None of it is aviation related.
He has not been engaged in competetive sports but has yet to realize
his personal limitations - - -
Not up to date, but some good info and pictures at
http://www.pegazair-builders.info/ and for mine,
We chose to buy the ribs - you can see them in one of the pictures.
Another friend made all of his. They are aluminum blanks hammered over
an MDF buck, with lightening holes cut in with a router and flanged
with a flanging punch.
EVERYTHING else started as flat sheet aluminum and straight
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