Crimped Control Cables (Nicopress) – General Considerations

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Engineering Notice Concerning Aileron Pulley Selection

Source: 2000 Beartracks, Bob Barrows

Reference Drawing # 14 - The aileron cable pulley can be changed from a AN210-4A to the 1/2" smaller O.D. MS20220-2 if needed to allow the aileron cable to better line up with the wing strut.

If you use the MS20220-2 pulley you will need to bush its I.D. to 1/4" or use a 5/16" bolt and drill out the pulley bracket.

Inspect the line up of the aileron cable to the pulley, if not close to centered the bracket may need to be adjusted a little for proper line up.

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Engineering Notice Concerning Flap and Aileron Nose Skin Rivet Size (395 and Below)

Source: 1999 Beartracks, Bob Barrows

Reference plans number 395 and below, Drawings #9 and #10. The 3/32" stainless steel pull rivets holding the nose skins to the nose ribs have been changed to 1/8" aluminum pull rivets. The cost and availability of 3/32" S.S. rivets has become a problem. If you have already assembled the ailerons and flaps with the S.S. you can leave them in, they do a good job.

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