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Old 01-30-2018, 10:37 AM
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Originally Posted by asw20c View Post
Really? Seems to me if you rigidly attach an engine stand with a single degree of freedom (roll) at both ends of the aircraft and the axis of rotation does not accurately align and go through both, then you run the risk of tweaking/bending the fuselage. If you only attach an engine stand at one end, presumably at the firewall, and simply let the aft end rotate on an adjustable height table or saw horse, then I would agree with you that there isn't much thought that needs to go into how to align the rotation axis.
That's why is left the back of the fuselage on a saw horse
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