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Author Topic: Frank's re-build of a Knox Hawkshaw's design/build  (Read 1566 times)

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Offline Frank v B

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Re: Frank's re-build of a Knox Hawkshaw's design/build
« Reply #15 on: October 21, 2019, 09:22:43 pm »
Time to pull this one out again since the flying season is nearing an end*.

In the past week I have completed the following:
- set up the wing and drilled it for the wing bolts.  It now attaches properly and is lined up and square.
- installed the elevator and rudder servos in the fuselage.
- attached the aileron pushrod
- installed the aileron horns and made the pushrods
- had an accident.  The wing fell over and punched a hole through the top of the wing.  Watch the future "how to patch a hole in the wing" post.

Next steps- cover the fuselage.


* it is just starting for Andy.... but then... he has always been backwards. ;)
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