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bhassel

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My question is on many of the web sites I see the chapter 4 order also include a misc. parts order. Other than epoxy, latex gloves, stirring sticks, & cups what will I need beyond the Chapter 4 kit? I already have 'the pump' and the Dritz scissors and of course a bunch of rivet/metal working tools :rolleyes:

 

My mod plans are Front hinged front canopy, da big hatch, mazada engine (non-turbo), front seat moved back 1", thinking of the 4" wide'r' mod, Cozy Girrl strakes, Cozy Girrls IP mod with 1" more room for the BMA's and JD retracts w/ small fuel sump/tank in the hell hole.

 

The chapter 4 kit by Wicks contains:

 

Item Number

Description

QTY

Unit

 

CZ4-CHPT-4

COZY4 FUSELAGE BULKHEAD

 

6MMX2X4B

BIRCH PLYWOOD

1

EA

 

902

COTTON FLOCK GALLON BAG

1

BG

 

B23/500-G

GLS BUBBLES FILLER,STK K20

1

EA

 

CZ400-113

SH250X2''X4''-T3

1

EA

 

F400-085

0.2X12X48,18LB,LAST-A-FOAM

4

EA

 

F500-035

3/4X24X48,H45,3#,DIVINYCELL

2

EA

 

F500-055

1/4X29-1/2X43-1/4-H100,6#,DIVINY

1

EA

 

MS24694-S54

1032,L25/32 CR MACH SCRW

14

EA

 

RA5177

38" UNI CLOTH, 7.02 OZ/SY

14

YD

 

RA5277

38 IN BID CLOTH, 8.8 OZ/SYD

22

YD

 

T-5-QT

5 MIN EPOXY QUICK CURE

1

EA

 

Any suggestions/comments are gratefully appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Bob

Bob Hassel

Cozy Plans #749

Santa Fe, NM

 

http://www.cozyworld.net

http://www.hassel-usa.com

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Congrats Bob, you're on your way. I thought about widening my fuselage a bit, but changed my mind and decided to only widen the rear same/similarly as the AeroCanard. I'll let you know how that turns out next month when I assemble in Chap 6, but if I had to do that over again I wouldn't.

 

Extra supplies that come to mind are:

  • Fein tool
  • Dremel w/small sanding drum bit
  • 1" chip brushes
  • peel ply
  • files and sand paper
  • acetone
  • vinegar (for hands and minor clean-ups)
  • paper towels
  • roll of plastic
  • nitrile gloves (better than latex)
  • squeegee
  • hack saw blades (for cutting cured glass that the Fein cannot reach and foam)
Plenty of flat workspace also helps. :)

 

You might want to consider ordering the full size drawings from Aircraft Spruce, so you can cut those up. It's much easier (and probably more accurate) than tracing.

 

Have fun, and enjoy!

Jon Matcho :busy:
Builder & Canard Zone Admin
Now:  Rebuilding Quickie Tri-Q200 N479E
Next:  Resume building a Cozy Mark IV

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