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Old Dec 06, 2012, 06:52 PM
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Originally Posted by kerwin50 View Post
DOG you may have to weight your wings an fuse seperate
If the plane is 16-18 lbs... that would mean the wings would have to be over 5 lbs.... not sure.

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Originally Posted by brathanke View Post
I had to weigh my 70" slick in two separate pieces... for one thing it was a lot easier to manage that way. A six foot wingspan in the kitchen is hard to manage but you need a way to get it off the ground. I put the scale on the corner of the table so there was room for the landing gear and tail to clear easily.
I have a WII with a scale, not dragging the plane up to the living room.

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Mine is in pieces again so it was easy. Do you have a fish scale?
Bathroom scales may be close enough.
I dont fish and the bath scale <we dont have one> tells LIES.....

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I just put the scale on the floor and stand the plane up on its nose, easy.

I had to weigh the landing hear, wheel pants, wings, SFGs, cowl, and fuse.
Most I do are like that... up to 11 lbs anyway
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