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Old 01-26-2022, 11:35 PM
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Default Centre section hardware

Hi,

Could someone who has a wing kit please advise me the bag number of the Centre section fuselage hardware that includes the NAS 1307-50 bolts. I知 building a slow build fuselage while waiting for my Quick build wings and don稚 have the Close tolerance bolts needed to aid positioning of F-704ABCand D to the two centre section bulkheads. I believe they are included with the Quick build wings.
Hope that makes sense.
Thanks,
Mike
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Old 01-27-2022, 08:29 AM
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Hi,

Could someone who has a wing kit please advise me the bag number of the Centre section fuselage hardware that includes the NAS 1307-50 bolts. I知 building a slow build fuselage while waiting for my Quick build wings and don稚 have the Close tolerance bolts needed to aid positioning of F-704ABCand D to the two centre section bulkheads. I believe they are included with the Quick build wings.
Hope that makes sense.
Thanks,
Mike
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Old 01-27-2022, 08:56 AM
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Mike,
The bolts came with the fuselage.
Center section ships with slow build fuselage.


Hope it helps.

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Old 01-27-2022, 09:08 AM
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Interesting I'm building/built my slow build fuselage before wings and understood the close tolerance bolts came with the wing kit... I was going to buy QB wings originally but given all the delays on QB kits switched in Aug and still waiting on my slow build wings!+!+! They are supposed to ship this month after talking with Greg a few times on this... I hope so as I've run out parts and only think left to do on fuselage is install the windshield when it gets a bit warmer.
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Old 01-27-2022, 09:41 AM
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Hi,

Could someone who has a wing kit please advise me the bag number of the Centre section fuselage hardware that includes the NAS 1307-50 bolts. I知 building a slow build fuselage while waiting for my Quick build wings and don稚 have the Close tolerance bolts needed to aid positioning of F-704ABCand D to the two centre section bulkheads. I believe they are included with the Quick build wings.
Hope that makes sense.
Thanks,
Mike
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Old 01-27-2022, 10:36 AM
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Thanks Larry, and all other replies, that痴 a great help. I値l see if I can order that bag separately.
Cheers,
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Old 01-27-2022, 11:24 AM
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Just a fair warning, those bolts fit tight. I had a hard time removing the bolts once i riveted these parts together. I would use lube and stuff. You might even consider putting the parts out in the sun and letting them heat up prior to trying to remove the steel bolts from the aluminum center section. Like I said, i had a hard time removing the bolts once the center section was riveted together.
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Old 01-27-2022, 01:21 PM
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Just a fair warning, those bolts fit tight. I had a hard time removing the bolts once i riveted these parts together. I would use lube and stuff. You might even consider putting the parts out in the sun and letting them heat up prior to trying to remove the steel bolts from the aluminum center section. Like I said, i had a hard time removing the bolts once the center section was riveted together.
A set of Buller spacers and some hardware store bolts work fine for lining things up.
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Old 01-27-2022, 02:48 PM
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The AN13-7-50 and the AN1304-50 bolts came in the No:1993 pack.

When I installed my wings to set the incidence angle I used store bought bolts and ground a taper on the end at the thread location. This made it much easier to install these bolts and then remove them afterwards.

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Old 01-27-2022, 04:18 PM
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The AN13-7-50 and the AN1304-50 bolts came in the No:1993 pack.

When I installed my wings to set the incidence angle I used store bought bolts and ground a taper on the end at the thread location. This made it much easier to install these bolts and then remove them afterwards.

Cheers,
I think i am going to do the same thing, but also grind a cup in the end. This way, if I have to use a drift punch to remove, i can protect the surrounding aluminum in the spar hole.
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