Well parts came in at Crosswinds in Wasilla for the wings, going to wrap up the fuse with shipping wrap and load on a uhaul trailer, to go one way was $99 bucks, my 24’ enclosed is down at Crosswinds for trip back with fuse and the wings, should b able to cover wings when get back and fuse is close.
Mmmm well it loaded 3 of 6 pic. Least thats a start Hahahaaaaaa
Well now its on to her tail, installed the stabilizers ect, started to adjust flywires and found way to much slack in the jackscrew and yoke, tried to save a buck, soooooo waitin to order one on monday from Stodards. Got 5g in the ass of this baby so whats another $500 right? Hahahaaaa. Well 3g of it was for the fancy new Atlee Dodge 3” extended tail feathers, those will really help to make the Crosswinds STOL wings work good. Ill b headed down to Wasilla again on or about the 21st of this month for week or two to finish wings (parts r finally on way from Dakota Cub) and to fit wings on fuse and set them up, make cables ect. So when i come back with wings they b ready to cover, tail b ready to cover, then a little more work on fuse and ill start covering of it also. YAHOO DAD MAY FLY AGAIN THIS SUMMER.
Well believe the answer to ur question is its a standard piper airfoil, but will have Crosswind Stol leadin edge cuff, tips, ect. As far as whats happening at the home garage fuse project,,, i installed the dash, and starting to lay the wireing back in, mayb even get torque tube, front seat frame, stripped, painted, and installed today.
well RATS-O-LAA!!!! Only take one pic this am. Hahhahaaaaaa oh well time to WRENCH ONWARD AND UPWARD
I also have the grey head 582, im not sure what psi mine is id have to go look, but if i was u and if u where not having trouble of some kind wit ur cooling system, id stay with the same psi cap as u take off buddy. Least u know it worked.
Go to any auto parts store and ask for the correct cap pressure u need, when i built my bluefox i bought a new cap from Orielly’s, get a parts guy that not dumb, and just tell him the pressure u want. Thats what Leni told me to do, mine was same size as automotive and newer snowmacines.
Well down in wasilla for a week or so to work n the wings with the wing guru, should b lots of fun and lots to learn. Il try a few interior pic with the new ipad. Still have the rest of the trim to install between wood floor, Oratex fabric is just initial/first shrinking, also installing the cables and controls.