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Radial Skybolt: Main Gear Tube Size Typo

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Radial Skybolt Builder: 220.45% completed
Aug 21, 2006
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South Jersey

Looking at the steamline tubing for the main gear, I see a typo.
They have it listed as 2.23 x.857 x .o49. There isn't a streamline tube that fits that discription other than one that is 2.023 x.857 x .o49. The next size up would be one that is 2.3 x 1.0 x .o49.

I deduced that since everything but the "0" was omitted from the one size, that the 2.023 x .857 x .o49 is the correct size.

Looking at the equivilant round tubing... it would be equal to 1.5", which makes up most of the rest of the landing gear.

Just an FYI for anyone wondering about it. : )Edited by: Jerry

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