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Quick, small issue:
On the end of the flap handle, there is a plastic collar. Mine has come off, hanging on the inner part of the handle. Does it ever need to come off, or can I stick it on with J-B Weld or some such?


Probably just need to Relax your Grip a Little Stuart :lol: :D


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 Post subject: Re: Flying the Skywagon
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Haven't posted this in awhile Stuart, this was Me in the right seat of your Bird :) Almost three years ago :)
Hoping to Occupy it again some Day :D :thumbup:


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Quick, small issue:
On the end of the flap handle, there is a plastic collar. Mine has come off, hanging on the inner part of the handle. Does it ever need to come off, or can I stick it on with J-B Weld or some such?


The collar on mine has split also. I’ve had electrical tape on it. Next attempt will be to slip a length of adhesive heat shrink tubing over the end and shrink it tight. Then trim the end so that the button isn’t obstructed.

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 Post subject: Re: Flying the Skywagon
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I never wanted a 185 so Bad until I saw this One :bugeye: :drool:
It was For Sale right here on BT :D


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That sold over two years ago! :eek: :eek: :eek:

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That sold over two years ago! :eek: :eek: :eek:

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Fixed it Murry.........it was a Beauty :drool:


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That sold over two years ago! :eek: :eek: :eek:

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Fixed it Murry.........it was a Beauty :drool:


Looks like a hot dog. Ketchup and mustard.
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That sold over two years ago! :eek: :eek: :eek:

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Here is some 180/85 action found on YouTube. Enjoy.

https://youtu.be/yRjdVOuRhkk

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Here is some 180/85 action found on YouTube. Enjoy.

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Those pilots in the Jungles of Chiapas are "Bad Hombres"... not a negative term, in aviation speak.
Makes me want to fire up the 'Wagon and Fly South again.


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Those pilots in the Jungles of Chiapas are "Bad Hombres"... not a negative term, in aviation speak.
Makes me want to fire up the 'Wagon and Fly South again.


This bad hombre found a “jungle strip” in central Indiana

http://youtu.be/YQKSyyECriQ

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Those pilots in the Jungles of Chiapas are "Bad Hombres"... not a negative term, in aviation speak.
Makes me want to fire up the 'Wagon and Fly South again.


This bad hombre found a “jungle strip” in central Indiana

http://youtu.be/YQKSyyECriQ


I'll Say :bugeye: Thought were you gonna speak a little Spanish to Us :lol: :D

You let Me fly your Skywagon into that strip, and we'll be going to see Del right after :eek: :lol:

Just a Few small Dents on the tips though..............I'll keep it out of the Heavy Stuff :pilot: :D

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Those pilots in the Jungles of Chiapas are "Bad Hombres"... not a negative term, in aviation speak.
Makes me want to fire up the 'Wagon and Fly South again.


This bad hombre found a “jungle strip” in central Indiana

http://youtu.be/YQKSyyECriQ

I’ve flown into that shoebox! It looks a lot longer when I’m not the one flying. :D

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