36in Floats (oz4640)

 

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36in Floats - 36in float length, ideal for 48in fuselage.

Quote: "Float installation shown is well tested, practical, rugged and easily dis-assembled at any time. Floats are adjustable for take-off trim... Floats should be 70% to 75% of fuselage length. Shorter floats are usually not adequate... When you think you have enough dope on your floats - add another five coats."

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  • (oz4640)
    36in Floats
    by Don McGovern
    from Flying Models
    48in span
    Tags:
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 24/07/2013
    Filesize: 606KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JJ

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by Don McGovern - from 'Workshop Manual for model plane builders'. It's a collection of article and plans edited on Flying Models from 1954 t0 1963 circa. Surely it appears in someone years Flying Model. regards,
Pit - 13/03/2015
Thanks, have added more detail now.
SteveWMD - 13/03/2015
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