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Radial Skybolt :: Axle Support Jig

Jerry

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This is based off of the plans for the Standard Skybolt Axle Support Jig. Since the Radial's legs are 34" long, the tube stations are a little bit different and the longerons are 1" instead of .75",some adjustments needed to be made.


Using the DeltaCAD I came up with the following. I can send anyone a larger version of this if they would like to have a copy.


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