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Adjustable Cabane

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Aug 18, 2006
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Acro Sport came out with an optional adjustable fork installed in the front cabane attachment to the fuselage. A barrel is welded in and the fork is screwed in. My cabanes were made with the fixed end (a washer welded to the streamlined tube which has been pinched) My question is, can this cabane be modified by cutting the bottom of the cabane and welding in the barrel, or will the barrel be too far away from the fuselage, and thus the fork would have to be screwed almost it's full travel. I would like to avoid making another set of cabanes, but the adjustment for setting angle of incidence is nice.

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