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Old 12-02-2017, 05:17 PM
S. Soule S. Soule is offline
 
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Default Nose wheel fairing bracket

Is there an updated parts list available? Also can a guy use the RV-9A instructions fitting the new parts? I have been flying my RV-6A for almost 18 years and the nose wheel fairing from 2001 is getting pretty beat up.
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Old 12-03-2017, 06:42 AM
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Is there an updated parts list available? Also can a guy use the RV-9A instructions fitting the new parts? I have been flying my RV-6A for almost 18 years and the nose wheel fairing from 2001 is getting pretty beat up.
The brackets used are the same for the 6,7 & 9 A models.
U-1013C-L & U-1013C-R
The 9-A plans should work. I figured it out by the photos on a builders site showing fabrication of upper nose leg fairing. Very good photos.
The site address is johnsrv7a.wordpress.com
There's a little trimming involved but if you built the plane yourself I'm sure your
skills are more than sufficient to complete the installation.
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