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#1 posted 07-17-2017 07:25 PM

Fatigue (due to pushing a heavy plane) is really irrelevant.

I often use my #3 when I m working on the interior in a boat. This can be at chest hight, above my head, vertically or in awkward positions. In those cases weight most certainly is an issue. Not everyone uses a plane the same way you do so a blanket statement like “fatigue is irrelevant” is kind of shortsighted.

- Lemwise

Nice misquote!

Here’s what Derek wrote:

“Fatigue (due to pushing a heavy plane) is really irrelevant.”

He was clearly talking about pushing a heavy plane, and took pains to spell that out.


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