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Steen plywood leading edges

Robin Tripp

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Could someone who has the Steen ply leading edges measure the dimension from trailing edge around the front to the other trailing edge, or in other words its pre-bent width. I know that nominally, they go from spar back face to spar back face, but I am trimming the cap strip back to allow for the ply thickness and would like to make it as accurate as I can.
 

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