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Date:  4-11-2017
Number of Hours:  4.00
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1) the RH side showing fit, and the charger door-lett. the batt charger port is a cig lighter outlet on a stand, riveted to the firewall below the battery, and wired thru a 2 amp fuse directly to the + and - terminals of the battery. Very handy to not have to take the cowl off to charge, or fuss inside to hook it up to the system. I guess I was in a door making mood that day!!

2) I sort of think everyone can tell the front from the back, but I just wanted to make sure since the prop wasnt on. I'm just sayin'!

3) the 'chin' area, and the rear outlet seaplane lip. with the tank vent to the right and the crank case oilseperator overboard vent to the left

One bit of additional verbage here on the seaplane lip. After reading the blog for many years, some have enlarged their openings to some degree. I did this by increasing the area by 25%, or so, right off the bat. Texas is a pretty hot state, temp wise, and I sort of wanted to get a bit of a jump on treating the oil temps before first flight.
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RH side

RH side

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NOT the rear end

NOT the rear end

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bottom

bottom

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