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[April 25, 2007]


The F-709 bulkhead is the easiest of the bunch, nothing needs to be done, except for fluting and flanging it. The 710 bulkhead is another easy one - all you need to do is fabricate a angle for the top - I believe this angle bolts onto the horizontal stabilizer attaches.


The angle on top of the F-710 has a slight taper, my guess would be it contours to the side of the fuselage.


Onto the F-711 bulkhead. This one is a bit more involved than the last few, but still not much. You gotta make a angle and two bars. The little scrap on the bottom of the pic is what is leftover from cutting the bars.


These bars need a little trimming, as pointed out by the arrows.


Next I backdrilled the bars. I believe that these attach to the rear of the horizontal stabilizer as well as the tailwheel bracket.

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