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Clunkmeister

USAS Salmson 2-A2. 90th Aero (Pair o' Dice) Sqn.

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So here is my very first post on this forum. Many of you here know me from LSP, where I am a constant poster and builder.

My friend Seiran asked me to build something here, so I will. So I'm here for him :-)

Of course, I will also feature this as a regular WIP thread on LSP, my 'home' group.

This will be a companion on the shelf to the 90th Pair o' Dice F-100 no.777 that I'm finishing up on LSP.

 

My picture taking skills are hideous, so please, bear with me.

 

 

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My bench is a constant and total disaster zone....

 

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Hi there!

Of course we know you from LSP. Welcome!!

Good to see a Salmson being built, since you don't see too many of them. Got one in the stash myself so will be following along!

 

Cheers,

Jeroen

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Hooray! I'm tossing up between adding the salmson or re8 to the group build as well. Probably this one as its less insane for rigging

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The RE.8 is easier. Only one bay per side. When I built mine, it was fairly basic, at least as far as Allied birds go.

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Ah ok, thanks for the heads up. I'll shoot for that one then, when I get far enough along on the others.

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Just watch the kingposts on the wings. If you use mono like me and like to tension it, you can tension yourself into a massive warp job. No biggie, just re-rig, but you really hate to have to redo some stuff for no reason other that lack of attention paid.

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Popped the lid on this yesterday, working on wood and the normal; tedious prep work that seems to take forever.

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