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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    Just a couple more shots...

    and I'll leave ya'll alone for a few days.

    After the plastic, and then the aluminum laminate, I almost don't want to paint it!

    The back is not installed permanantely, but the fit is so tight, both seat back halves are staying in by themselves as a friction fit.

    The laminate extends about 3/4" forward of the seat back and the cushion is sitting inside this.

    You just can't beat aluminum for a nice finish on parts and equipment.



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    It looks so good you could sell the product brother.......

    Damien.

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    Nice work!!!! Looks good

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    Thanks guys. It's going a lot better than expected. It's nice to build something for this sim every now and then that doesn't need interfacing, lights, switches, or anything else to enjoy it.

    The reel retractor is on the way and I can hardly wait to order the material in a couple of weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing Skunk Works View Post
    The reel retractor is on the way and I can hardly wait to order the material in a couple of weeks.
    I think you are far from finished. I don't see any ejection handles & rockets anywhere . I mean, if you are going to strap yourself in a motionless simulator, then at least you should go for an ejection ride now & then . Of course, it would be a shame to destroy such nice work when the seat comes crashing down when the parachute deploys after the ejection sequence

    Maurice

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    Boeing Reel retractor

    Hi,

    where have you got your reel retractor from i cant find one for my seat?
    (Better not crash )

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    GOOD thinking Ivar

    I could do with some more sound files the standard FS ones aren't great are they.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 737 Gez View Post
    Hi,

    where have you got your reel retractor from i cant find one for my seat?
    (Better not crash )
    Contact Nick at APHS for the harness and retractor assembly. Five point lap belts are available too.

    http://www.angelfire.com/il2/aphs/
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    Boeing Seatbelt

    Thanks appears exactly what i'm hunting for, i already know Nick and he's a very helpful person from business in the past.

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    I can vouch for Nick, easy doing business with back in my Boeing days...
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