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S-2A Top Wing Inspection Cover Location

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Jun 13, 2008
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Hello, I’m almost done covering the wings on my current S-2A restoration project. A look at the old top wing fabric revealed there were no inspection holes or even rings that hadn’t been cut out. So for the S-2A owners our there can you possibly post some pics of the bottom of your top wing showing inspection hole locations? I was thinking one in front of each aileron hinge and a couple more periodically spaced out to look inside the wing and flick the drag/anti-drag wires to test tension.



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