Metal Belly

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Andy Young
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Metal Belly

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I’m contemplating putting a metal belly on my M-6. I saw a Maule once that had this; the guy stopped for fuel in Talkeetna, and I talked to him about it. I got his card, but I left it in Colorado, and I’m in Alaska.

So, does anyone here have a metal belly on their Maule, or know someone who does? I’m hoping to get a copy of a 337 as a starting point.

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the M7 parked down by k2 has an aft metal belly section. it's only about 24" long. but it's well built, and worth looking at how they did it.
fyi: it also has an extended baggage compartment, and atlee dodge rear folding seats.
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I have a 337 for a metal belly. I'll send it to your email.
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UP-M5 wrote:
Tue Jun 30, 2020 9:31 am
the M7 parked down by k2 has an aft metal belly section. it's only about 24" long. but it's well built, and worth looking at how they did it.
fyi: it also has an extended baggage compartment, and atlee dodge rear folding seats.
Thanks!
I’ll come take a look at it. Like to see how they did the extended baggage too.

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