F-721B-R

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Harveyseven
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F-721B-R

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Hi,

I’m at the longeron stage and noticed that on a tip up, there is a modification to the F-721B right side (top deck that attaches to the longeron and the canopy closes onto it). The drawing doesn’t specify if it’s just the right side that is modified or both.
I’m going blind trying to see a reference on the drawings, any ideas?
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Re: F-721B-R

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Yes, you need to do both right and left side trims as shown on DWG 18.
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Harveyseven
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Re: F-721B-R

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Great, thanks, I’ll go check the drawing now.
Member of a group with an RV9A. Building my own Slow build RV7 tip-up.
Fuselage complete with tail & wigs fitted. Just started the wiring.

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