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I want to buy the used wheels

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I want to buy the used wheels of 20 or more inches, tires, chambers, brakes
for Piper Cub for a bush of flights.

On a photo my self-made plane.
Now there are wheels from the Chinese tractor :eek:
I love bush flights.
New wheels it is very expensive.
Or in a gift :D
Excuse for use of the electric translator

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JimC

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The translation was good.

That's a nice looking plane. What kind of tailwheel is that? And what engine are you using?
 

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REMARKABLE ! The J3 type front wing spar cabane Vees look like they might be smaller diameter than Piper ? Maybe they are buckling some allowing enough deflection to crack the windshield ?
 

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053!
I do love Your weight in the rear fuselage! How many kilo did You strapped in?
 

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053!
I do love Your weight in the rear fuselage! How many kilo did You strapped in?
In rezeltate weighing 16 kilos in the tail :'(
The engine is too large.
The battery is now in the tail.

16 kg in Russian is *Pudovaja girja* ;D
 

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053
The translator works fine. I enjoy your photos and stories. I also admire the hard work you have to do to fly.
 
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