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These two aluminum strips, each 29 1/4” long, 5/8” wide, 0.018” thick; may have originally come attached to each other and had to separate. They are now primed and the part numbers removed. There are 15, #27 holes equal spaced 2” O/C and about 1/16" off center down the strip's length. The holes align with the forward 15 holes of the 16 holes each side of canopy frame part C-01419-L&-R. They align perfectly with the zone 2 screw tighten sequence called out > RV14 Finish Kit, pg 38-27 figure 4. I have scoured instructions and cannot locate or identify. They would fit perfectly in the canopy frame there but no instruction that I can find to put them there.
I have also looked through the Fuselage manual, as well as the packing lists for a description that would match, NO FINDY.
The clouded highlight identifies the holes that align perfectly between the C-01419-L part and these strips.
EDIT 11:30am > I think I just found them >> Page 38-22, Steps 7. and 8. (Figure 3.); 'USE C-01423 IF REQUIRED". Shims if canopy thickness is less than needed.
Simpsonville, SC (SC47 - 10nm NW Triple Tree, SC00)
1946 Bellanca Cruisair 14-13-2 (72 YRS OLD 8/15/18)
RV14A (N14ZT), Ser#140195
IO-390 Lyc Tbolt / CS Hartzell
Well into the panel and its stuff now
Dues paid 12/1/17 (USArmy 2/67-2/70)