Fuselage inventory [5.5 hours]

Yes, I have a fuse kit. In order to minimize freight costs, it is common in Australia to combine crates into one consolidated shipment. I combined the wing and fuse kits, but due to unforeseen circumstances at the time, I was not able to perform the fuselage inventory within 30 days. Given the quality of the other shipments, I didn’t lose any sleep over this, so apart from a peek inside, I left the crate be. I did order some extra Alclad along with the fuse kit, for building future brackets etc. I finally needed some of that Alclad in order to build an Auxiliary avionics shelf for the tail cone. This Alclad was on the bottom of the fuse kit, so it was finally time to open up the crate and inventory the kit.

Everything was accounted for and I’ve now got the fuse parts all stacked away and the crate out of the garage. The inventory went quickly because I already had almost all of the necessary rivet containers, parts drawers etc. set up.

  • fuse1
    fuse1

    fuse1

    Fuse crate, skins and extra Alclad in bottom
  • fuse2
    fuse2

    fuse2

    Powder coated fuse parts
  • fuse3
    fuse3

    fuse3

    Fuse parts
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