|09-12-2007, 08:32 PM||#1|
40 Size Floats $45.00
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I think these are made by Gee Bee but I am not totally sure??
- Plastic construction (very durable)
- water rudder installed
- linkage to water rudder (including nose wheel shaft) installed
- spreaders installed
- drains on the top of each float
- these arent painted but apparently they can be painted
- 33" length
I dont have any pics but here is a generic photo. As stated above the floats are completely assembled.
I had these on my "late" Eagle II. I have had them for many years and have just as many flights on them. They work very well.
Local pickup - Saskatoon and area.
Edit - My "late" Eagle II went in when it WASNT wearing these floats
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Last edited by RudderRat; 11-16-2008 at 07:57 AM.
|09-13-2007, 12:37 PM||#3|
Yes, these were mounted on a Carl Goldberg Eagle II high wing trainer. Mine was covered in monokote not fabric. If you have an Eagle all you would have to do is mount 2 blocks into the bottom of your fuse and these will bolt right up. The water rudder linkage should even fit right into your nose gear.
|09-15-2007, 04:25 PM||#5|
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