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Condition of Wood Spars

rrb

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I'm looking at a J5A with spruce spars. Sounds like a full restoration was done 20 years ago and the plane has been hangared since. As far as I could tell the rear spar was replaced at the time of restoration. Is there a way to get a feel for the condition of the wood-- to get a feel for the presence of dry rot. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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