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Buzzard Legs88 viewsBuzzard Wing
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Cub with Legs25 viewsCub Line drawing with information about legs appendeddrspiff
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left_rear_legs12 viewsleft_rear_legsdrspiff
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left_front_low_legs12 viewsleft_front_low_legsdrspiff
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left_front_legs16 viewsleft_front_legsdrspiff
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legs_detail11 viewslegs_detaildrspiff
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East Gable End25 viewsLooking up, you can see the legs of the finished section of soffit ladders. All done on this side, except for that last section of roof that needs to be built.Rudi
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Oooops!35 viewsYou can see the peak where the shingles were repaired a couple years ago. The winds get so bad, that it rips the shingles right off and they are all glued down with ashphalt based mastic. The last open section of ladder will be about 13 " wider than the primary ladders, which are standard 16" wide. This will be a bit easier to finish the roof, and a lot faster. With the use of support legs, it will be as strong as building a partial gable end wall.Rudi
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1949 Cub Doglegs24 viewsPeter Person
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Back on her feet.34 viewsGradually progressing. Put her back on her feet today.
Painted the rims a nice metallic silver, but not too shiny.
EZ
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