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Old Oct 10, 2012, 10:47 PM
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....I'd really like to hear from those of you who keep your planes in the garage, an out-building, or a shed. Especially those of you who do not live in temperate or dry areas. Have your planes suffered any damage?
My "shop" is actuallly one half of a pole barn that had a wood shop built inside it in the mid 1950s. No heat, no cooling, no insulation but does have a timber floor and stud walls and rafters with plasterboard. It could be 0*F in winter or 100*F in summer. All my aircraft are hanging from the ceiling all the time except when going flying.
Rust can be a problem so I paint music wire landing gear parts as needed but other than that they are fine. I do have a room in the house to build in the winter but major cutting or sanding is dome in the shop if not too cold.
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