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  • F19 cowl bumps

    Wondering if anyone has or knows where to get cowl bumps

  • #2
    originals no, We have used Ercoupe ones in the past.

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    • #3
      I've got two originals from an L2-M, don't know if those are the same as the F19

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      • #4
        I was in contact with Rob at Stoinoff Restorations yesterday looking for blisters for my Vag. He can supply same blisters they used on a BC-12D project restoration.

        https://www.stoinoff.com/airplane_restorations

        Bill

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        • #5
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          And another link from Bill's post #4 above: https://www.stoinoff.com/taylorcraft Very nice pictures of the process.

          Gary
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          N36007 1941 BF12-65 STC'd as BC12D-4-85

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          • #6
            Looking through it was odd how he covered the gear legs.

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            • #7
              What do you mean Tom? (Curious as to what you see different). Too bad they buggered-up the panel with a rate of climb and bank indicator. The hinge aerodynamic pieces are interesting. Too bad they covered that beautiful wood flooring with carpet.
              Cheers,
              Marty


              TF #596
              1946 BC-12D N95258
              Former owner of:
              1946 BC-12D/N95275
              1943 L-2B/N3113S

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              • #8
                Yea, every time I un-snap the carpet from the 41 I love those wood floors. Only problem is i would HATE to scuff up that beautiful finish on them.

                Hank

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                • #9
                  Found this photo I took while I had them out.

                  Hank
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by M Towsley View Post
                    What do you mean Tom? (Curious as to what you see different). Too bad they buggered-up the panel with a rate of climb and bank indicator. The hinge aerodynamic pieces are interesting. Too bad they covered that beautiful wood flooring with carpet.
                    The gap between the upper and lower "V's".

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                    • #11
                      Maybe they did the gear fabric that way because they didn't know how to use the fabric wire?
                      Mark
                      1945 BC12-D
                      N39911, #6564

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