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F-105 Thunderchief #25 | Wings and Inlets Attached Plug

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5 Responses to “F-105 Thunderchief #25 | Wings and Inlets Attached Plug”

  1. Bill says:

    Hello Bob,
    Is it ok that the Right side was a neg. 2 and the left was a pos.2

  2. Jim says:

    It’s correct because the meter is reversed on the opposite side of the plane.

  3. Sid Gates says:

    Bob- I bought a digital level that reads in tenths of a degree and adapted the model incidence meter fittings to the digital level. It worth the cost to get that kind of accuracy.

    I also have a standard bubble level that has a built in laser line that is very useful too. I wish the digital level had the built in laser line.

    It looks like you are going to build the wing with the intake inlet as all one piece. If so how will the wing mount to the fuselage?

  4. B1Bomber says:

    Sid I think since the fuse is wide, mounting the wings won’t be much of a problem since he will probably use aluminum guide rods or even carbon fiber secured with bolts.

  5. Joe Felix Jr says:

    Bob you amaze me, your skil & know how is awsome soaking it up like a spunge brother, glad your sharing it with everyone.

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