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  1. other than a weight and handling issue...You will be gluing fabric and chafe tapes upside down. I can't imagine turning the fuselage upside down with gear and motor attached. Oil will run out of the engine. I'd pull the motor
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    Hi John, I have a recovering question. I decided to recover the fuselage on my model IV. I have the engine mounted. Any possibility of doing this without removing the engine? Thanks, Charles( ctmcdowell@Comcast.net )
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John Pitkin
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Greenville, TX
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Fabrication, metals and wood.
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AA Captain,(ret.) CFII se & me, Check Airman, typed B737, 757, 767, CE500, DC9, G1159, LR-JET, N265,
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Building
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Super Sport

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