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Internatl Flying/Landing Wire Fitting Question

Jerry

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I'm drawing out the Upper Front Spar Plate, Upper Rear Spar Plate and Lower Front Spar Plate Fittings. (Page 14 Revised Dated 3-90)


The drawing shows the large center hole onthe Upper and LowerFront Spar Plates as7/8". The center hole for the Upper Rear as 5/16".


What are the sizes of the other four holes on all three plates ? 1/4" ?
And what thickness is the material ? .125 (4130) ? as it shows for the old style fitttings on page 6 ?


Good or bad assumption ?


Oh... and another thing. What are the hole locations for the 7/8" holes for the Upper and Lower Front Spar Plates ? It just has Sta 76 and Sta 97 3/4.


thanksEdited by: Jerry
 

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