|Feb 17, 2012, 11:14 AM|
I guess I don't see the difference between how flaps are currently locked out and these mechanisms. Except that these will have more sliding friction and wear. And will add complexity.
|Feb 20, 2012, 04:31 PM|
Tony Fu at Sloperacer has the Norbert Habe RDH system ... a rotor instead of an arm, and the pushrod attaches to the rotor with a 2mm pin. You can have lockout with very short arms at one extreme, and rotate a large throw back towards the front, avoiding having a clevis stopped by the shaft of the standard arm. I was tempted but I am not going for such short arms.
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