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Slingsby Type 31/ Cadet TX Mk.3

Old 11th Jul 2019, 02:22
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Originally Posted by DaveUnwin

I know some of you have enjoyed the A2A's of WT900, as pictures of T.31s in flight are quite rare. So here's another great Keith Wilson pic!
Clearly showing the nose hook!! The belly hook for winch launch/auto tow was on the far side just aft of the forward shock absorber.
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Old 11th Jul 2019, 07:10
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I always thought the rotor was like a washing machine too!
A very experienced towplane pilot in my club used to say "The rotor is not rough unless you get rolled inverted!" He was referring to towing to the wave at Cowley, Alberta, downwind of the Livingstone Range, which generates spectacular wave and associated rotors:


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