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35% CARDEN CAP 232 cowl help!!!

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Old 05-25-2004, 11:34 PM
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Default 35% CARDEN CAP 232 cowl help!!!

Guys, could someone help me out here? []I bought a nice 35% Carden Cap 232 that was nearly finished. The cowling was one of the few things left to complete and install. I do not understand how it mounts to the fuse exactly. I have a couple of pieces of wood that seem to fit on the inside of the cowling with the curves of the cowl but I do not understand how. The top of the cowl I know screws to the bottom half but does it also screw to the fuse? Is the bottom portion the only part that screws to the fuse? Pictures of the assembly or completed would be a BIG help! Thanks for the trouble to help!

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Old 05-26-2004, 06:28 AM
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Default RE: 35% CARDEN CAP 232 cowl help!!!

While the below is for a 40% plane, it will show you how to fit the cowl.

http://www.extra330s.com/
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Old 05-26-2004, 08:09 AM
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Default RE: 35% CARDEN CAP 232 cowl help!!!

Look at edge540.com and look at cowl wrong way and right way. It shows four nylon L brackets which are used to mount upper and lower halves to engine box sides. I think the Cap cowl mounts the same way.

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