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Are you selling the water jet parts or file yet?
Jarred Mosdal
Aug 24, 2009 05:13:13
Hello Marine, I see you are building a Bearhawk and working on your A&P. This is the route my son and I are looking to take. Is this working for you? Do you expect to complete the A&P while building the BH? Thanks and Semper Fidelis, Steve Luhrsen
Steve Luhrsen
Jul 25, 2009 18:13:25
Looks like you have some good ideas. I'm doing the fusealage first and am about 90 percent done.
Glen Phillips
Sep 13, 2008 04:42:35
hey dave looks pretty good! i am intrested in the water jetted parts i am also working on getting more fittings ready for the water jet machine i have alot of the fittings for the fuse done in cad and will be ready for the water jet wanting to know if you would be intrested in trading filles
james longstreet
Aug 10, 2008 20:42:50
Hey dave looks good maybe we will see you at the airport again
emilio orona
Apr 4, 2008 20:56:38
Hi David, awesome website,any chance I could trade a copy of your cad files? I live in south africa and water jetting the parts is the way to go.regards Aidan plans no. 979
Aidan Parker
Aug 31, 2007 14:35:41
HEY DAVID LOOKS LIKE YOUR DOING A GOOD JOB. I SEE THAT YOU HAVE WATER JETED ALL OF THE WING STEEL. ANY CHANCE I COULD GET THE FILES FOR THE WATER JET? I HAVE A BUDDY THAT WORKS ON ONE NOW. he is working on the fuse parts now for me as i am wating on them. i would be willing to trade the fuse files when i get them. also i do have all of the files for the wing ribs all water jetted out very nice. well keep up the good work.
Jan 27, 2007 22:31:34
Good Bridle Horses are a blessing form GOD! Good Airplanes too...Love Ya Brother....Jim
Jim Mabe
Dec 22, 2006 02:09:18
Looks really Great, please can you give me a quote on your wing steel parts? I am the builder of #870 in South Africa
Brendan Irwin
Sep 22, 2006 04:41:30
Hi Very inspiring site, as I drool on a Bearhawk! Thanks Wish you the best with your project. Hari
Hariharan Gopalan
Aug 17, 2006 12:48:09
It looks very industrious Dave!
John H Mabe
Jul 26, 2006 00:53:49
Great site. I am seriously considering buying the plans now to start my project. I would really like to get in touch with someone in my area to help them out so as to get my feet wet.
Chris Salter
Jun 9, 2006 04:25:35
Hi Dave, Nice site. I'm chomping at the bit to get going on my project. I bought my plans when I was living in Bolivia, South America. Now I am in an apartment in the US so it's a bit tough. I have amassed some new tools while waiting so that's always fun. I hope to be in a house with a shop before the summer of '06. Email me if you want to chat about mission aviation.
Jeff Waltermire
Jan 17, 2006 23:35:30
Plans #821 Not started yet(finishing up a large home remodel and addition project). Looks like you have a good start. I'm looking forward to following your progress.
Mike Clark
Oct 8, 2005 13:25:00
Great web site David. It has inspired me to do the same for #883 and #888 Bearhawks. Thanks Chris Haley
Chris Haley
Sep 28, 2005 23:13:17
Thanks for sharing your experience. i hope to build a Bearhawk in a year or two. I currently own and fly a 1947 PA-14. A great plane, and loads of fun. The Bearhawk will do everything better, fly faster and slower, and carry more.
John Yost
Sep 6, 2005 20:38:02
Hi because I am starting to build a Bearhawk and was wandering if you have the source for those paintschemes you show on your page. They are great and I would like to paint my Bearhawk that way. Thank you very much Georg Himmeroeder
Georg Himmeroeder
Aug 19, 2005 20:45:46
I hope to start a Bearhawk in about 1 year; in the meantime, I dream. One question, though. You show your blank nose rib squares then the rough cut before routing. What if you got a good heavy duty sharp paper cutter, the kind for cardboard and other tough stuff. Maybe you could do all the rough cutting with that and it would save LOTS of time? Might give a clean cut? As I said, just dreaming. Someone undoubtedly has already thought of it and it doesn't work.
Ben Weston
Jun 23, 2005 18:38:47
Hey great start. Good luck with the project. Will check in once in a while to check on your progress.
Craig Benbow
May 30, 2005 07:24:16

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