4-Place Control Stick Assembly

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Crimped Control Cables (Nicopress) – General Considerations

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Builder-Made Alternative Tail Wires

Source: 2007 Q2 Beartracks, Bob Barrows
The tail wires & wire ends shown are as used on Bearhawk Proto I & II and Patrol. These wires have worked well for over 1600 combined hours of flight with only some repainting needed. Bob

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Correcting a Heavy Wing- The Washer Method

Source: 2006 Q4 Beartracks
The following info was developed by Jim Clevenger, owner & builder of the just finished Florida demo Bearhawk – plans serial # 448 (prototype kit). If your plane has a heavy wing in its initial flights, after checking the flaps are inline on both sides, and you notice that when flying hands off one aileron is high and one low.

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