washout is automatically built into the wing.
Lay the lower front sheeting on the plan and
glue the spruce lower spar to it. Epoxy the
plywood center joiner to the bottom spar on
one panel then add...
It was originally designed as a tailwheel aircraft and, in early 1951, Piper introduced the new
nose-wheel-equipped PA-22 Tri-Pacer. This solved the poor “over the nose” visibility typical of
the leading edge to match the contour of
the airfoil. Taper the trailing edge to a sharp
point. Prop up the wingtip 11⁄4 inches and
glue the center R1 in place square to the