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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 7:15 pm    Post subject: Section 38 Page 38-8 Reply with quote

With regard to Step 4, and Figure 1.
It appears that the cable exiting the left side of the fuselage is
supposed to cross over the cable exiting the right side of the fuselage.
It seems to me that this could use more clarity. It also seems like it
would have been prudent to have a guide to prevent the cables from ever
rubbing in that area. I suspect there are some flying examples that have
this wrong. I welcome your comments.
Kelly
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 7:50 pm    Post subject: Section 38 Page 38-8 Reply with quote

Though the diagram appears to have the cables rubbing against each other, in 3 dimensions they don't come close enough to one another to worry about them chafing. It's one of those situations where the "real world" example makes more sense than the diagram.

There wouldn't be flying examples of anyone getting this wrong, since if you didn't have the crossover of cables, the rudder would operate backwards.

Dan

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On 2019-Feb-14, at 8:12 PM, Kelly McMullen <kellym(at)aviating.com> wrote:



With regard to Step 4, and Figure 1.
It appears that the cable exiting the left side of the fuselage is supposed to cross over the cable exiting the right side of the fuselage.
It seems to me that this could use more clarity. It also seems like it would have been prudent to have a guide to prevent the cables from ever rubbing in that area. I suspect there are some flying examples that have this wrong. I welcome your comments.
Kelly
80466, flying for almost 3 years




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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 8:07 pm    Post subject: Section 38 Page 38-8 Reply with quote

Well, they may have been "flown" examples for one flight.
After that they would probably be salvage examples. Wink
I agree. If someone follows the plans, they seem to be
just fine. I'd worry more about wearing through the
snap bushings, especially in places where the cable is
always rubbing in the same spot. That's something
to check ever condition inspection.
Tim

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There wouldn't be flying examples of anyone getting this wrong, since if you didn't have the crossover of cables, the rudder would operate backwards.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 8:33 pm    Post subject: Section 38 Page 38-8 Reply with quote

I have seen an example of where the cable cross-over existed, but was
"wrong" as the wrong cable on top, so that the cables in fact did rub.
I wasn't suggesting one might not crossover the cables, that is clearly
shown on the plans. What is not so clear is which one needs to be on
top. Until tension is applies it is not so obvious.
Kelly

On 2/14/2019 8:47 PM, Dan Charrois wrote:
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Though the diagram appears to have the cables rubbing against each other, in 3 dimensions they don't come close enough to one another to worry about them chafing. It's one of those situations where the "real world" example makes more sense than the diagram.

There wouldn't be flying examples of anyone getting this wrong, since if you didn't have the crossover of cables, the rudder would operate backwards.

Dan

> On 2019-Feb-14, at 8:12 PM, Kelly McMullen <kellym(at)aviating.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> With regard to Step 4, and Figure 1.
> It appears that the cable exiting the left side of the fuselage is supposed to cross over the cable exiting the right side of the fuselage.
> It seems to me that this could use more clarity. It also seems like it would have been prudent to have a guide to prevent the cables from ever rubbing in that area. I suspect there are some flying examples that have this wrong. I welcome your comments.
> Kelly
> 80466, flying for almost 3 years
>



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