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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Goose » Tue Feb 17, 2015 10:34 pm

Is hulle vreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeselglas of is hulle ali?
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Jean Crous » Wed Feb 18, 2015 8:36 am

Goose wrote:Is hulle vreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeselglas of is hulle ali?
Einste bogenoemde :roll: :roll:
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Goose » Wed Feb 18, 2015 9:20 pm

O ok ja dan dink ek jy kan hulle toets soos jy gese het :wink: As ek na die lys met kitfox's wat in die land is kyk was myne die outste een (sn 459)

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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Goose » Fri Mar 06, 2015 8:44 pm

En hoe ver het jy gekom Jean
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Jean Crous » Sat Mar 07, 2015 8:37 pm

:( :( Nie veel verder nie, ons gaan oor n maand oorsee wees vie 4 weke (by Friedrichshafen n draai maak) , en die kliente se goed vat al my tyd in beslag. Ek hoop dat in die tyd wat ons weg is , dan kan my mense die Fox oortrek en tot op silver coat bring, en die engine hang .
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Jean Crous » Sun Apr 05, 2015 10:46 pm

vhpy Die Kitfox gaan n lekker baggage box he, as ons terug is sal ek n paar fotos opsit.
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Jean Crous » Mon May 04, 2015 11:02 am

Last day here in Germany vhpy (South African weather is far better), Wednesday back to work and then ....FINISH MY FOXIE :lol: (^^) My chaps have done some work on the Fox, will post foties next week.
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby okflyer » Mon May 04, 2015 3:06 pm

JeanTree wrote:Last day here in Germany vhpy (South African weather is far better), Wednesday back to work and then ....FINISH MY FOXIE :lol: (^^) My chaps have done some work on the Fox, will post foties next week.
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weather got bad when KFA left the country :lol: Well, April is known for serious wheater changes in Germany. But they forecast hot temperatures (up to 30) after you are leaving (and thunderstorms). Hope you had a nice trip after Friedrichshafen. It was a real pleasure to meet both of you. Take care und viel Erfolg mit Deinen Flugzeugen.
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Goose » Mon May 04, 2015 10:15 pm

okflyer wrote:
JeanTree wrote:Last day here in Germany vhpy (South African weather is far better), Wednesday back to work and then ....FINISH MY FOXIE :lol: (^^) My chaps have done some work on the Fox, will post foties next week.
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Hi Jean,
weather got bad when KFA left the country :lol: Well, April is known for serious wheater changes in Germany. But they forecast hot temperatures (up to 30) after you are leaving (and thunderstorms). Hope you had a nice trip after Friedrichshafen. It was a real pleasure to meet both of you. Take care und viel Erfolg mit Deinen Flugzeugen.
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okflyer please send Jean back we need him to get that FOX in the air, he have been doing to little for to long now :twisted:

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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Jean Crous » Tue May 05, 2015 12:03 pm

@ OKflyer, thanks , es wahr sehr nett von dir uns so rum zu fahren, ich will mich wieder bei dir bedanken feur deine gastfreundschaft. Ja und der erfolg beim flugzeuge,...nah ja, also es wird viel harte arbeit geben um dass mal durch zu haken vhpy Du bist herzlich wilkommen bei uns besuch zu machen , wir haben allerdings unterkunft feur dich!
@ Goose and OKflyer, if that was our pilot......my last piloting skills would have gone into trying to nail him with the aircraft :twisted: :twisted: :lol:
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Goose » Mon May 25, 2015 9:32 pm

Is this fox flying or whats cooking down there in C Town :twisted:
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Jean Crous » Wed May 27, 2015 7:33 am

Goose wrote:Is this fox flying or whats cooking down there in C Town :twisted:
Nee Goose hy vlieg nog nie,daar is mos altyd n ongeduldige klient wat sy vliegmasjien wil he........
Ek het n paar fotos wat ek sal opsit wanneer ek tyd kry hierdie week, ek belowe 8) :lol:
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Goose » Sun Jun 07, 2015 8:51 pm

JeanTree wrote: Ek het n paar fotos wat ek sal opsit wanneer ek tyd kry hierdie week, ek belowe 8) :lol:
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Jean Crous » Mon Jun 08, 2015 8:14 am

Goose wrote:
JeanTree wrote: Ek het n paar fotos wat ek sal opsit wanneer ek tyd kry hierdie week, ek belowe 8) :lol:
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:oops: Ja oom Gans die tyd was toe vir ander dinge gebruik, maar ek skud my vere reg en sal dit die week doen :lol:
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Re: Kitfox no:649

Postby Jean Crous » Sun Jun 14, 2015 4:27 pm

Hier is n paar fotos van die werk aan die Kitfox. The cowls have been made and will be trimmed for fitting in the next week or two. Income generating work takes first priority , so progress is a bit slow. :(

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The bottom still open, but done by now.
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Wings covered , and a refresher course for my guys at the same time
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Just to show I do work sometimes
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Fuselage up to top coat white
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Trim motor mount plate in elevator
The rudder and horizontal stab have also been covered, the trim mount plate is on the underneath side of the lefthand elevator.
We are busy with the cutting out of the instrument panel.
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