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Damiens



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PostPosted: Thu Sep 26, 2019 3:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TimB wrote:
The wing that Duane is talking about is the 33' 5" wing, not the 32" 11" wing that can be converted and become the M7-235A


Thanks all for the great information. So to be sure I understand this, I can purchase a post 1994 aircraft with a universal wing M7-235-B (32' 11) and convert it to a M7-235-A (33'5")?

How do you go about this conversion?

My obsession with the long wing comes from the need to land slower rather than cruise faster.

Thanks again.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 28, 2019 5:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You would have to buy a set of long wings 33' 5 from the factory. It would be a massive waste of money to take a universal wing aircraft 32' 11 and change the wings out to a long wing 33'5.
What TimB means is you take a M-7-235 with 33' 5 wing and 10'6 flaps and cut the flaps down to 10' and add that 6 inches to the ailerons and it becomes an M-7-235A model with a wingspan of 33'5 still.
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