Okay, Paul, here we go:
This is assuming that your plane has the 98" wingspan.
Some were 106", as I recall.
I haven't even started yet, so I don't know which is which. I'll describe them as The strut with the cut, to designate the one that has a 3" cut along its trailing edge, and The strut with the flat end.
The strut with the flat end. From the hole going through the flat end to the hole for the wire brace, the distance, center to center, is 14-13/16" That's fourteen and thirteen-sixteenths inches. The hole is drilled with a 9/64" bit, and is dead center in the strut, or 3/8" from the trailing edge.
On The strut with the cut, go to the end that DOES NOT have the cut, and measure 12-3/4" from that hole to the hole for the wire brace, center to center. Also a 9/64" drill, also dead-center.
You will have to bend the wire brace to match up with the struts. Even the new kits tell you they need to be flexed some.
Let me know if you need anything more. That should be an easy fix.
Remember: measure twice, drill once!