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Aviat landing gear dimensions.

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Jun 26, 2016
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Hi everyone.

I’ve just finished building and tacking the bungee style landing gear together for my s1 project.
I’ve offset the the top bumper tube 3/8 down from the centreline of the fwd attachment bush as specified on the drawing.
The fwd landing gear mounting bracket on the fuselage shows the dimension down to the centreline of the bush to be 5/8. Giving a total of an inch from the fuselage bracket to the top of the bumper tube.
On the other drawing however...it shows the rubber block to be 3/4 of an inch???
Has anyone run into this issue before?...and will it affect anything if the rubbers are an inch heigh and I modify the channel they sit in to have slightly higher sides?
Hope I’ve explained this well enough! I’ve attached some pictures of the drawings in question.

Thanks in advance for any help!

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