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Old May 30, 2012, 06:22 AM
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I used a standard x bracket. I cut about 1/2 inch out of the middle of the SS wooden structure that the motor mounts to. Look at my photo and comments in report #105 of this thread on page 7. I used a caliper ($10) and measured how far each corner of the motor structure is from the front of the fuse firewall, so I could ensure, I kept the down/right angle the same when I glued the wooden nose structure back together. I used a piece of modeling lumber and laid it against the front of the fuse firewall and used it as a straight edge to ensure I had good straight lines where I would cut. I used a piece of modeling lumber 1/2 inch wider then the first to draw the second set of lines, then cut out the center between the lines. See the photo when it was finished.
Pointer to page 7: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...1422570&page=7
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