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This GPT 1 Axis Glider Trailer For Sale features lightweight, compact two-piece, glass-epoxy sandwich composite construction, supported by robust, full-length steel frame with anti-corrosive coating. The aerodynamic shape generates very little drag & has good cross-wind resistance when towed.  
Last Updated:
06-03-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Europe
Rzeszow
Poland
The GPT 3 Axiom Glider Trailer is a premium-design transportation trailer designed & developed by GPG, dedicated primarily for use with the GP 14 VELO & GP 15 JETA ships, in addition it is available with different internal furniture systems to accommodate & support many other types of gliders as well.
Last Updated:
07-03-2022
Company / Seller:
Location:
Europe
Rzeszow
Poland

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1984 STANDARD CIRRUS GLIDER G86 FOR SALE. Glider de-rigged and ready to be placed into trailer-min (1)

Rigging and de-rigging a glider for a glider trailer can vary in difficulty depending on the specific glider and the experience level of the person performing the task. Different gliders have varying rigging systems and procedures. Some gliders have simple and straightforward rigging processes, while others may have more complex setups with additional components. It’s important to be familiar with the specific rigging requirements of the glider you are working with. Rigging and de-rigging a glider require knowledge of the glider’s structure, control systems, and safety procedures. Proper training and experience in rigging procedures can greatly facilitate the process. Novice glider pilots may find it more challenging initially, while experienced pilots or glider mechanics will have more familiarity with the process. Rigging and de-rigging a glider can be time-consuming, especially if it involves multiple steps and components. It requires attention to detail and a patient approach to ensure that everything is properly assembled, connected, and secured. Rushing the process can lead to mistakes or oversights that can compromise safety. Having an extra pair of hands can be helpful during the rigging and de-rigging process. Another person can assist in manoeuvring the glider, holding components, or providing guidance. This can make the process smoother and reduce the chances of errors. Rigging and de-rigging should ideally be performed in a suitable area with adequate space, flat ground, and minimal wind. Adverse weather conditions or limited space can add complexity to the process and potentially increase the difficulty. Overall, rigging and de-rigging a glider for a glider trailer require attention to detail, knowledge of the specific glider’s rigging procedures, and patience. With proper training and experience, the process becomes more familiar and manageable. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines to ensure the rigging is done correctly and the glider is secure for transportation.