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R Versin - Tube running from Statin 0.o

Jerry

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The R Version fuselage is different than the Standard Skybolt.


A tube runs from lower station 5.0 to upper station 0.0.


As per the drawing, see photo, the tube will not intersect the corner of the upper longeron and the vertical tube at station 0.0.


Should I readjust the tube to intersect that corner, or, leave as is since the extended line (thus the forces) hit dead center on the upper longeron and the vertical tube at station 0.0 ?


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