The first section in this series is HERE.
All caveats and warnings from that section apply in this section as well. Remember, under federal law, you are personally responsible for ensuring the safety of your ultralight aircraft every time you fly, so do a good job.
Start by cutting two lengths of structural aluminum. Each piece looks like this:
|Short length of angle aluminum.|
|Short length drilled and clecoed in place.|
|Front Cabin Cross Box with both skins clecoed in.|
|Bottom gusset clamped in place.|
|Bottom Gusset gets a few rivets. (Cabin is on side.)|
|Floor pans as received and after bends.|
|Floor pans clecoed in place.|
|Bottom front section riveting.|
|Front Landing Gear Gusset.|