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Re: REFLECTOR: Clearance
I don't know that there is a set clearance tolerance. I don't think
it's specified in the manual. It would be a good ??? to ask the
One note: make sure you're considering clearance for all parts of the
cylinder and hardware as the gear goes thru its travel. If I remember
correctly, the large washer on the end of the cylinder which is held
on by the rod end is the highest point and, therefore, most likely to
interfere w/ the bell crank.
Mike Deeter, Std Wing RGE
---Bernard Despins <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've heard/read that the fit of the aileron control horn at the rear
> the torque tube in the keel passes very close to the clevis on the end
> of the main gear cylinder as the cylinder cycles, but how much
> would be considered a minimum? We currently have about half an inch.
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