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Old 01-21-2020, 05:27 AM
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Nice. I'm putting together the A-26 and was getting concerned about how the amount of "adjustments" and "fit" that I've had to do compared to other ARFs. I wish I had found this earlier when I first started my assembly so I would have been prepared. Thank you for the great photos.
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Originally Posted by rgburrill View Post
Nice. I'm putting together the A-26 and was getting concerned about how the amount of "adjustments" and "fit" that I've had to do compared to other ARFs. I wish I had found this earlier when I first started my assembly so I would have been prepared. Thank you for the great photos.
Oh? Like what adjustments?
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A couple pics of in side mine



Old 01-29-2020, 12:00 PM
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Oh? Like what adjustments?
Like the vertical stab would not seat all the way which means the horizontal stab isn't the correct dihedral. The horizontal stab fairings are too big and had to be shaved to fit. But since there is no fairing for the vertical stab I am just leaving them off so they all have about the same gap. The elevator pushrod control horns are too far away from the fuse and don't turn far enough so the pushrods must have an offset. And the supplied pushrods are so brittle they break when you try to z-bend them. And that is just the tail surfaces. But the LHS likes my weekly visits to pick up odds and ends.

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