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John Smith

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#1 posted 10-17-2018 08:34 PM

members of the “Cleat Camp” often subscribe the cleats for things
that will sometimes be removed or adjusted for space such as cabinets, etc.
I doubt very seriously you will be removing the prop once it is installed.

I need to know how thick the round wood will be and the diameter and bolt pattern.

9ft off the ground leaves quite a bit of room for imperfections in the woodworking.
if you look for the red pennant on the web, try to find one that has been used.
anyone that has spent time on the flight line knows that they do not keep that
“fresh new look” for very long. (or you can artificially age a new one on asphalt).



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