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Transport Mosquito On What?
#1
How do you transport your mosquito?  Does anyone have anything that encloses it? Thank you.
Man must rise above Earth...then will he understand the world in which he lives. Socrates
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#2
Tedirelan,

There are several owners with enclosed trailers. It takes a lot of worry out of long hauling your heli when it starts to rain. When I went to the fly-in this year I had to pull over for three hour because of a thunder storm. There are some trailer that are visible in a few of the fly-in videos but folks usually don't see them because they are too busy watching the helis. I have some pictures of mine here on the forum. Here is a link. I hope the helps to answer your question.

http://forum.mosquito-helicopter.info/ez...242&u=1600

Michael
XE 285  1205 (Myrtle)
Start: 8/1/2013
Finish: 5/24/2014
Arrived home: 10/11/2014

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#3
That is an awesome trailer - some great ideas for securing the heli and blades
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#4
(08-04-2018, 05:30 AM)FlyGuy Wrote: Michael,

    Thank you very much. That's exactly what I was after. I was hoping to fit an XEL in one. Could be tricky. This would be hailed all over the US. 




Tedirelan,

There are several owners with enclosed trailers. It takes a lot of worry out of long hauling your heli when it starts to rain. When I went to the fly-in this year I had to pull over for three hour because of a thunder storm. There are some trailer that are visible in a few of the fly-in videos but folks usually don't see them because they are too busy watching the helis. I have some pictures of mine here on the forum. Here is a link. I hope the helps to answer your question.

http://forum.mosquito-helicopter.info/ez...242&u=1600

Michael
Man must rise above Earth...then will he understand the world in which he lives. Socrates
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#5
In this configuration I made the round trip from Colorado to Trenton, FL. with no mishaps. The trailer towed well and my truck did a great job.
XE 285  1205 (Myrtle)
Start: 8/1/2013
Finish: 5/24/2014
Arrived home: 10/11/2014

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#6
I went for semi enclosed (open at back). Trailer worked out very light and easy to handle. Some photos in my gallery. Good if you live in town/city and need to transport to a nearby airfield.

http://forum.mosquito-helicopter.info/ez...238&u=2989
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