Hello all. I am gathering information in preparation for building an RLU-1 Breezy ( http://www.eaa.org/homebuilders/kitplans/breezy.asp ). The Breezy was designed to accept a pair of PA-12 wings, however, it will also take PA-14, PA-18, or J-3, J-4, or J-5, and possibly many others. And, since there are no wing plans with the Breezy plans, I must choose one.
Currently, I am wing stupid. I know the above are Piper wings, but what are the differences between them? Is there a definitive "wing guide?" I am a well-experienced fabricator, but a first-time homebuilder; which is going to be the best for a beginner?
Other considerations: I live in Deep East Texas and I suspect she will see many a short, grass runway. She will be hangared in my shop, and I will have to trailer her several miles to fly, so, removable, caddy-able wings are a must. Cost is also a factor; I will spend whatever it takes, but the less Ramen I have to eat, the better.
Also, I have not found anywhere to purchase wing plans separately.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
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