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craig

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If you still have your fuselage in a weldable stage, be usre to weld in plenty of ground points for your electrical circuits.


I used two cut-off AN4 bolts on each side of the instrument panel, on the cross member - found that I had to add a couple more as wiring progressed.


Current practice has no more than 3 ground wires running to any one ground point. And the shorter the ground wires are, the better.


Just put them wherever is convenient for you to use when you start wiring.



 

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