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Ideas for the Perfect Paramotor Palace?


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So I'm lucky enough to have moved into a house with a massive garage with plenty of space (but very dark) for my paramotor, all my gear, tools, workbench etc.. Previously I've had to rely on open-air repairs when I get to site or after flying etc, so I'm planning now to have a really well-organised setup to make checks and maintenance easier. 

What's your "must haves" and "nice to haves" for setting up a paramotor maintenance zone? Any great "life hacks" that'll make a big difference to ease of maintenance? So far, my ideas are ;

  • A dual height workbench, one height for on frame repairs and one to do "disassembled" repairs like carb rebuilds etc.
  • A tool rack
  • A spares bin
  • A set of screw draws
  • A small wall racking unit for larger parts
  • A wall mounted directional light
  • A head lamp
  • Two ropes for hang testing


Anyone think of anything else?! Bonus points for photos of your current setup!

Cheers all, happy flying,

Charlie.
 

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