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curtisscholl
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 06:45 AM
Joined: 12-05-2016
Location: Saline, MI
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  • curtisscholl
    curtisscholl posted a Visitor Message for All_In
    Hi John:

    I did as you said, I came looking for the guy in the Greek fisherman's cap and found you (really busy at a desk) in the PRA office working on a computer. I did not want to disturb you in your efforts, but the lady at the desk kept razzing you....LOL. According to her, you are a...
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  • curtisscholl
    replied to 3D-RV Question
    Hi folks...
    I have been to my first day of the 2017 Mentone gathering. I got a good look at all of the landing gear configurations that were there. Will be there tomorrow as well to look around a lot more. The museum is nice to walk around in too.

    Curtis Scholl
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  • curtisscholl
    replied to 7 Days left!
    Hi Folls:

    I am at work now, but when I leave here it is to head for Mentone!! This is my first ever visit to a Gyro gathering and I hope to meet some of the Rotary Forum folks there in person.

    God Bless Men and Women and their Gyros!

    Curtis Scholl...
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  • curtisscholl
    replied to 3D-RV Question
    Scott

    Ok..I will check it out

    Curtis
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  • curtisscholl
    replied to 3D-RV Question
    Frank

    Very well...I will do.

    Thanks for the tip.

    Curtis S.
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  • curtisscholl
    started a topic 3D-RV Question

    3D-RV Question

    Hello Forum!

    I was reading about the Rotorwing-Aero 3D-RV. I have the plans from the Peach State site. The landing gear is of the Bensen straight bar type mounted on the drop keel. There was a comment on the Wiki page for the 3D-RV that indicated a landing gear that "was later developed...
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