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Old Sep 01, 2012, 08:03 PM
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The control horns are installed and the top half of the nacelles are added. Everything was set aside to finish drying as the last parts to be installed would be the top half of the nacelles. The only real tricky part is the install of the upper nacelle halves. The side closest to the fuse is CA'd first and allowed to dry. Once those are set, the outer seam is glued, one has to be careful not to squeeze the nacelles in such a way as to distort the fan housing. I can't say it's the most elegant way Jpower could have designed the nacelles, but it does work. It's the only part of the assembly that requires any special attention at all.
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