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Phil Francis 121/11/2017 23:00:18
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This was my first project finished in the summer. Pair of sprung Oleos for a 72” P51 Mustang. The dogleg was from a old broken set.


not done it yet22/11/2017 12:56:48
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Do you have a scale to indicate the size?

Bob Rodgerson22/11/2017 13:59:23
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At a guess a 72" wingspan it is likely to be around 1/4 full size. So the spring Oleos will probably be around 3/4" dia

Phil Francis 122/11/2017 19:15:30
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NDIY, Bob,

The Oleos were not made to scale as the mustang was a artf. (Almost ready to fly) so not a true scale plane.

The diameter of the main strut was 12mm overall length was 159mm


Carl Wilson 422/11/2017 19:19:41
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Very nice indeed. Nice to see something aircraft related.

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