Tip of the Week #131 Need to Transport your Homebuilt? Try this
Builder Tip #131 from HomebuiltHELP 
Transporting a Homebuilt Aircraft on the Road
Many of us Build at Home and eventually need to get our project to the Airport!
The day you are ready to move your aircraft project to the airport for final assembly and wing rigging is going to be exciting! But one last challenge looms: how to get your fuselage safely to the local airport navigating the roadways ahead.

Using a trailer is one obvious choice, but selecting the right type of trailer is not.Often, common utility trailers do not have a wide enough deck - or the wheel wells are in the way. Larger trailers often need larger vehicles to pull them and their suspension is set for the massive weight of heavy cargo (autos).

This week's TIP has a great suggestion for those that need to transport tricycle gear type aircraft on the road: a simple and easy choice of trailers that is a good fit most of the time. WATCH and see if our suggestion is a good one for you!

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