6 February 1999 Notes: The transport height was a bit lower than indicated below. With the dollies attached, the measured minimum height is less than 17' 0". There is a heat pipe in the tail area that could have hooked tree limbs, but Sean Denfeld quickly fashioned a skid plank system and clamped it over the pipe to route objects smoothly over it, and it solved that problem.
1 February 1999 Note: The front dolly configuration was uncertain until today. In the last update, I posted a note indicating that the front of the aircraft would be higher since it wasn't clear that the lower dolly configuration would be utilized. But we now appear to be settled on the lower dolly method, so the transport height for the aircraft is as shown in the drawing below (17' 3"). My apologies for the previous unnecessary alert.
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