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Brake Master Cylinder Mount

AlRice

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Before I fab the master cylinder brackets, I wanted to ask you guys if I have jigged the master cylinder properly. The gray stick in the picture is the master cylinder substitute and is jigged parallel to the rudder pedal. The rudder pedal is jigged so that it is 7 deg. tilted aft. The brake pedal arm is set parallel to the bottom longeron. Does this sound about right?
I'm also using the Grove master cylinder.
Thanks,
Al
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