Skip Rhudy

aviation, travel, books

I spent a little time this crazy-busy weekend building a parts rack so I can keep finished parts out of the way until assembly time. Just some two by fours, screws, and construction ties. You can’t really tell, but the part is leaning back a good 15 degrees or so. Not pictured is duct tape I used as an extra precaution to hold it in place — you never know when an 11 year old will reach up “innocently” to check the rudder out …

Pipe insulation as cushion:

ch750 parts rack

Rudder in storage

Rudder in High Tech Parts Rack

Tail kit, slats and flaperons on order …