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Old May 16, 2012, 06:54 PM
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Originally Posted by ajbaker View Post
Cutting that area out is MUCH easier if you separate the fuselage in the front first. It is also a much cleaner modification because you know exactly how deep you are going into all areas of the foam. That is what has worked for me in many planes. I had much better results than trying to remove its tonsils by starting in its stomach.
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I have performed the surgery and the patient survived.

It was a tubular lead tumor just under 1oz.

Forgive my less than state of art weighing system.
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