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Offline dresda

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Sidecar class special construction
« on: November 07, 2019, 09:45:30 PM »
Can't seem to find any info on types of fairing allowed, I see for solo's that the seat/cowl can not protrude more the 10" past the back wheel Etc, but no specs for sidecar except your hips to your shoulders must be visible from the side. I am using a wingtip fuel tank from an Avro CF100 jet fighter and it's quite long out the back with the fin, any help would be appreciated, Ray.

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Re: Sidecar class special construction
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2019, 07:06:50 AM »
The sidecar rules are quite open when it comes to the sidecar itself. I just used a flat piece of diamond plate on a simple square tube frame. For the wheel cover I use a wheel cover for a Cessna 172. Just be sure you can access it during tech so they can see how everything is fastened...
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