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Pitts Model 12 Rigging Board Drawing

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This version is very similar to the Skybolt since they share the same chord. There are some differences in the heights and locations of the spars so I made a specific design for the Model 12. You could use this board on a Skybolt and be within .1° to the chord lines or you could use the Skybolt board on a Model 12 with the same small error.

This design is for the plans-built wings. The HP wing is different but I have no drawings to go by to tell me exactly what is different between the two. Maybe Kevin will be able to help anyone with HP wings make the boards fit their airplane.

Please let me know of any errors, omissions, etc you may find.

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