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Old 11-06-2018, 02:27 PM
Jimd Jimd is offline
 
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Default Plans Question

I'm scratching my head...

On page 23-8 of the RV-10 plans it shows W-1031 (a spacer) for the rod bearing. I have a section of tube twice as long as specified in the parts list. Also, I don't see any more detail regarding the length of this spacer. Am I missing it on this page? What slows me down on things like this is that there is normally SO MUCH detail specific to most everything and then something like this? I don't have a problem measuring the gap and cutting the tube, but it throws me off when all the sudden I feel like the plans are missing a page?

It was easier for me, building the 6 from sparse plans, now I'm afraid to fabricate parts until I find something that indicates the builder is responsible for producing the required part.

Jim
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Old 11-06-2018, 02:31 PM
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Hi Jim,

See page 23-3, Step 5. You fabricate those spacers out of AT6-058 X 5/16.
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Old 11-06-2018, 02:47 PM
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Default Duh!

Thanks!

I looked at that page and went right past that last giant drawing in the corner!

I knew someone would make me feel old!

Jim
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