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Cub Stacker ??

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Jan 1, 2005
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Does anyone remember a fixture called a "Cub Stacker"?

It was a dolly with a sling that would allow one to tip the Cub on it's nose with the prop resting in the sling. You could stack four Cub's in the space that one airplane occupied in a hangar.

I've seen pictures of twenty or so Cub's stacked in an 80 x 80 hangar taken back in the CPT days of WWII.

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