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    Todd, nice looking parts....been thinking about carbon fibor for my wing tips.
    "You can only tie the record for flying low."

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    how do I get one?

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    Todd,
    I am definitely interested in that console. I've bought Steve's skylight STC but have yet to make the mod. I've been thinking of different ways to make it look "professionally" finished and you solved my problem. Do you have a price?

    Dan P

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    Oh, and Todd, I don't want to sound pushy but, ah...matching covers for the wing roots?

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    Watch out Todd - that's how Dick Wagner got started. He made some little rubber plugs to fill inspection holes when he was a kid and look where it took him.

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    Hi fellas;

    I have to admit, I've been greatly distracted by other projects in the last 6 months (bought a house, another form of money pit), but I'm finally digging out of that hole and back to finishing the Pacer. I want to wait until my approvals on these things before going further with parts, hopefully before summer. Regarding the wing root covers, I used Kydex for that, but composites might be a bit slicker.....have to think about that a bit. Here are some recent photos, including a novel use for out of date bungees (comes in handy on valentine's day).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
    Hi fellas;

    I have to admit, I've been greatly distracted by other projects in the last 6 months (bought a house, another form of money pit), but I'm finally digging out of that hole and back to finishing the Pacer. I want to wait until my approvals on these things before going further with parts, hopefully before summer. Regarding the wing root covers, I used Kydex for that, but composites might be a bit slicker.....have to think about that a bit. Here are some recent photos, including a novel use for out of date bungees (comes in handy on valentine's day).
    Great looking nose bowl!!! Love t have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
    Hi fellas;

    I have to admit, I've been greatly distracted by other projects in the last 6 months (bought a house, another form of money pit), but I'm finally digging out of that hole and back to finishing the Pacer. I want to wait until my approvals on these things before going further with parts, hopefully before summer. Regarding the wing root covers, I used Kydex for that, but composites might be a bit slicker.....have to think about that a bit. Here are some recent photos, including a novel use for out of date bungees (comes in handy on valentine's day).
    Is the split nose bowl for sale yet?

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    Todd-I would be interested in one also.

    Tom

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    Todd,
    Are you still considering making some of those nose bowls in the future?

    thanks,
    B. J. Boyle

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