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Thread: Aircraft Transport thread.

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    Here is a picture of how I transported a Tri-Pacer project I bought for the engine. It traveled quite well for several hours along I-70. I have an old boat trailer That I may convert to a purpose built trailer. I like the one's some of you have posted. I think having a way to mount the wings on stands is the way to go. Tri-Pacer transport.jpg

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    Ok so I'm almost ready to leave here and tow the Clipper home, unfortunately I was unable to get and install the windshield do to work load. I knew I should have brought the cracked one here!

    What do you guys recommend doing to cover the windshield area during the trip or should I leave it open? You can see my setup on post #26.

    My my idea was zip tie a wide piece of cardboard to the v tubes then plastic wrap the front end like I did the wings. Thoughts? Ideas? Thanks!

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    Default Re: Aircraft Transport thread.

    After 3 days travel From Northern Nevada to South Carolina, I finally got the Clipper home safe and sound!IMG_2304.jpgIMG_2307.jpgIMG_2305.jpg

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