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PICTURES OF C185F SKYWAGON TUNDRA POSTED.

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Hi everybody, here are some pictures of the Tundra version, which is almost done.Tundra1.jpgTundra2.jpgTundra3.jpgCarenado

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Great work!! Noticed the mud splatter below the door in pic 1, but now on the cargo pod in pics 2 & 3... :(


Rick

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Yeah! Getting better all the time!


Best Regards,

Kurt "Yoda" Kalbfleisch

Pinner, Middx, UK

Beta tester for PMDG J41, NGX, and GFO, Flight1 Super King Air B200, Flight1 Cessna Citation Mustang, Flight1 Cessna 182, Flight1 Cessna 177B, Aeroworx B200

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Looking good!

Very nice. Will the cargo pod be detachable?
I'd like to know that as well, because not all bush flights are cargo runs. ;)I certainly would love to fly the tundra version without cargo pod.

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What an awesome model you folks have made. Carenado is absolutely tops in that category--flawless. :( I've been checking the site several times a day, waiting for the float version to be released.


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It will have the option to detach the cargo pod in the tundra, amphibian and ski versions.Carenado

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looks great, Thanks very much for the trundra wheel version and the cargo pod is just icing on the cake :(

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That looks FANTASTIC!!!!!! Thanks guys for filling a gap that has been empty for years!!! Don

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Guest BeaverDriver
In real life how do you attach/detach the cargo pod?
In a light aircraft like the 185, typically the pod is held on by bolts. It is removeable, but it's not a quick task. It takes 4 to 5 hours to remove or install it (once it's been installed initially) because you have to remove the interior to get at the belly of the airplane from inside. On larger, and pressurized aircraft, it's generally laminated on or fixed more or less permanently.Hope that helps.
It will have the option to detach the cargo pod in the tundra, amphibian and ski versions.Carenado
OUTSTANDING!!

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In a light aircraft like the 185, typically the pod is held on by bolts. It is removeable, but it's not a quick task. It takes 4 to 5 hours to remove or install it (once it's been installed initially) because you have to remove the interior to get at the belly of the airplane from inside. On larger, and pressurized aircraft, it's generally laminated on or fixed more or less permanently.Hope that helps.OUTSTANDING!!
Thanks Glenn. I would have guessed Cessna had some sort of quick-connect system.

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Cant wait to use it at 7S3!!

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