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EAA Bi-Plane Leading edge

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Dec 23, 2008
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Building nice little EAA Bi-Plane from plans. Plans call out for 2024-T3 X.020" leading edge material. Does any one have a good reason that .016" 2024-T3 would not be OK. I have look at several time and believe it to be fine. I have the material in stock, is the reason for thequestion.

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