I have started my Heller T-28 Trojan build and all was going well until I noticed I couldn’t insert the wing because of the nose weights. Talk about your all time backfires. I am always reminding myself to remember the nose weights. I’ll write notes on instructions and kit boxes. I remembered and wham! Unfortunately they were too low and had to be removed. I grabbed my needle nose pliers to try and wiggle them out and all I heard was the crack. Next thing I saw was the broken fuselage piece laying on the floor. Not a smart move on my part. Luckily I can see the bright side to this. I was able to get the nose weights adjusted properly and all in all it wasn’t a bad tear. I was able to attach the broken piece with no issues. Because of the raised panel lines on the kit, I can’t do too much sanding. I think I’ll be able to hide the seam in the way that I will paint the airplane. This was a very scary situation that could have gone way worse for me. I should have investigated my instructions a little better to avoid this. Lesson learned.