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S1C-S1S conversion

jimss1c

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I am currently trying to convert a stretched C to an S configuration by replacing the C wing, rudder, horizontal stabilizer, and elevators with components from a S model.


I've ran into a little problem at the horizontal stab-elevator area. The original C elevator was supported by two hinges on each elevator half, the S elevators are single hinge per side.


Are the S elevators connected by a carry through spar or/ tube orwhat?


Any advice, pictures or diagrams would be greatly appreciated.


Jim
 

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