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Removing a mud dauber nest

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Apr 8, 2010
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While removing my ADF antenna I discovered a mud dauber nest that had worked itself loose, I can only imagine during the turbulence I encountered a few weeks back. This thing is sitting squarely in the middle of the fuselage we tried a broom with an an extension, removing the tail cone etc.. Its stuck right in the middle, with no apparent way to get at it. Thinking of going up and doing some stalls or zero G manuvers to get it to at least shift one direction or the other. Any Ideas?

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