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Thread: Nose Gear to Tail Wheel Conversion... Completed!

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    Senior Member Esser's Avatar
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    Default Re: Nose Gear to Tail Wheel Conversion... Completed!

    I love the single barb pin stripe. You may be seeing something similar coming to another plane around here.
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    Josh Esser
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    Talking Re: Nose Gear to Tail Wheel Conversion... Completed!

    Go for its Josh!

    Well got her up today! rain/snow and low clouds. My first impression is OMG she got off the ground way quicker! Cold day, pilot only, swear it was only 100'. I am very happy with it. Good day!
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    ABW 26", T3, ABW 3200 Tailwheel
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    Default Re: Nose Gear to Tail Wheel Conversion... Completed!

    How did you support the airplane when you moved the main gear?

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    Default Re: Nose Gear to Tail Wheel Conversion... Completed!

    Ahh..what a difference a wheel makes! Great looking plane!

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    Default Re: Nose Gear to Tail Wheel Conversion... Completed!

    Is the grove gear the same for the tw as nw configuration, or is it tw grove gear taller?

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    Default Re: Nose Gear to Tail Wheel Conversion... Completed!

    Itís the same gear. However, a couple of us have taller than normal spring gear
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    Josh Esser
    Flying SS7
    Rotax 914iS
    AirMaster Prop

    Edmonton, AB, CWL3

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