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Old 09-18-2023, 01:49 PM
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Have you taken into account the difference in the thickness of the window, approx .108Ē+- and the canopy, approx .185Ē+-? Thatís what Iím getting on the ones I have.
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Have you taken into account the difference in the thickness of the window, approx .108Ē+- and the canopy, approx .185Ē+-? Thatís what Iím getting on the ones I have.
No I had not. Good question!

Looking at the blowup of the canopy top, on the PDF it would explain why the Aft canopy shim seems to sit a hair higher in the picture. So my guess is it should work out nice and flush with this fix. I will update results after my canopy is built.
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