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Originally Posted by canard addict View Post


Yes, put the tall one forward and add a 1/4" shim to the TE mount. The fuselage joint works better under the main wing. It may help to read through my GWS Slow Stick recent build for components positions. It seems that you have a 35% canard which will work well.

Thanks Charles. The good news is that the GWS forward mount is the right height so I can use it as the aft mount with the Millennium RC forward mount rather than trying to make a perfect shim. That should level out the wing as you suggested.

I'm not sure I follow you on 'fuselage joint" though. I'll look through the thread and see if I can figure that out.

Thanks for the help.

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Originally Posted by canard addict View Post
Which one of these will carry the most load?
The one on the right, for reasons we have discussed in depth here already many, many times.
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