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Old 03-11-2012, 06:13 PM
denbobp denbobp is offline
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Default Option ground adjust pedal installation

After bench building my adjustable rudder pedals, the floorboard angles do not set flat on the bench when everything is tightened up. Since I will have to cherry max these angles to the already built forward fuselage floor there will be a bit of a preload on these angles.

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Old 03-11-2012, 08:48 PM
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Default ground adjust

Mine are installed, they fit just fine. The angles may have a little crook in them when just sitting there, it is probably because of the way they made the offsets on each end to fit on the fuselage angles at the firewall and gear box.
Yours should be fine.

rv8 entire airframe at airport now, painting done, intersection and gear upper and lower fairings done, maybe order engine around first of year or before the next rate increase.
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