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Thread: Trailering a Colt

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    Default Re: Trailering a Colt

    Quote Originally Posted by Rankin View Post
    Any idea how far you can actually pull the mains together?
    Pull them together until the hydrosorbs are fully compressed; the belly fairings will be flush with the fuselage belly.
    You can rock the plane until it's standing tallest.
    A good ratchet strap ought to hold the legs together, won't need to be gorilla tight, don't bend it with excessive force.
    And you can box in the tires with lumber if possible.

    GG
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    Default Re: Trailering a Colt

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Geller View Post
    Pull them together until the hydrosorbs are fully compressed; the belly fairings will be flush with the fuselage belly.
    You can rock the plane until it's standing tallest.
    A good ratchet strap ought to hold the legs together, won't need to be gorilla tight, don't bend it with excessive force.
    And you can box in the tires with lumber if possible.

    GG

    Thanks for your help.

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