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differential aileron on Skybolt

Manuel Benito

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Hi john





I have been looking at your bellcrank in photo http://www.biplaneforumgallery.com/displayimage.php?album=3&pos=45
Looking this photo it seems both arms are not to 90º, in such a way that some sort of differential aileron is built in it. Please could you confirm if there is some sort of differential aileron in your bellcrank? I am about to build those bellcranks and would like to know about that.


Best regards


M. Benito
 

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