|May 14, 2013, 06:23 AM|
Joined May 2013
is it dangerous to cut small triangle in the wing to fit retracts?
I'm new in this forum and i would like to have your opinion for a problem i have or maybe better... a solution...
Lately i bought a set of electric retracts to my hangar 9 spitfire , which did not fit to my plane...
While fitting it i hat to cut a triangle hole in the bottom side of the wing, as can be seen in the pictures.
I'm am afraid that a air that will go into the wing will tear the wing a part.
What shell i do?
I did not fit the other wheel since i did not no if to do the same or to remove the triangle part from the retracts...
|May 16, 2013, 10:42 PM|
Box it in from underneath... I would not keep an open area like that. The wing won't be torn apart but don't want to have a large hole there either...
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