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John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterParked12-Apr-10 04:40
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After repairing transporttation damage to the tail, the Stearman finally joined the squadron.
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterBuild14-Jan-10 15:14
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Olive spends an evening with Schnazola....I guess she sleeps around!
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterParked14-Jan-10 11:39
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I remembered that polyspan will shink even afeter it is painted. A few minutes with the heat gun and the fuse and wings are tight again. Shrinking after paint makes the paint a tad glossier. Of course you must heat slowly so as not to damage the paint. Off to the cabin tomorrow!!
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterParked14-Jan-10 11:36
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Remember Schnazola the crop duster? It was in the shop for a pre transport dusting and inspection. It has been about 6 months since its completion. I noticed that the balsa must have dried and the entire plane has shunk a bit. The music wire rigging was bowed and the polyspan had sagged. I cut small sections from the wires and installed Al tubing ferrules, crimped on one end. The rigging is straight again and the ferrule should allow for linear change with temp.
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterFlying12-Oct-09 18:04
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After seeing Bill P's fine Stearman, I decided totemporarily hang mine!
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterReference16-Aug-09 10:32
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I just returned from the hills of PA. My nature contribution. Indian Pipe the only saprophytic non- green flowering plant in NA.
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John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterParked05-Aug-09 14:34
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After 195 hours of TLC, may I prsent my attempt at crop dusting. Many thanks to DD...for his Guillows plans, poppy...for reference photos, John G for his input and support, and J Good for making this site possible.
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterParked05-Aug-09 14:28
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Each one is more fun than the last and it gets easier!
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterParked05-Aug-09 14:27
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John Schnazola tries out the pit.
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterParked05-Aug-09 14:26
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Pratt and Whitney engine upgrade.
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterParked05-Aug-09 14:26
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Alittle less than 48 in. span as the wings are clipped.
John M OshustAerodromeRC PT Crop DusterParked05-Aug-09 14:25
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Thirty hours for the engine and prop.
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