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It's not by accident that Sherpa engineers designed a chrome molly 4130 steel tube type construction
for the fuselage, landing gear and tail empennage. Built for use in the outback's most rugged country, the heavy-duty steel
tube construction can withstand more abusive treatment than any other type of construction used in the industry today.
When Sherpa designers set out to produce an aircraft that could accommodate such a wide variety of uses, the CG range was recognized as a critical issue. The problem was solved by incorporating the use of a heavy duty jack screw trim mechanism for the horizontal stabilizer.
No wet wing here. Ten individual removable tanks provide Sherpa's 346 gallon fuel capacity. Eight inboard tanks are connected for the mains and two out board tanks constitute the Auxiliary system
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