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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    Measurement needed if you know...

    What is the distance from the front edge of the glareshield to the bottom of the center windscreen support for the 737?

    This is one that I haven't been able to find.

    Also, does anyone know what the angle of that windscreen support is?
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    Mike, email me and I'll reply with some schematics I have...

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    Thanks Radar, but the one I need is not there.

    Good to see you around again!
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    Thank Gwyn!
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    Well, what was the number? Curious because My mip is more or less finished but I never had this number. Would be fun to check

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    There is no direct measurement for that dimension. It has to be extrapolated based on other given measurements. I haven't had the time to go through it yet, but it was the same set of dimensions you pointed me to several weeks ago.
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    aha, thanks

    Getting proper measurements is the biggest enemy at this hobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivar hestnes View Post
    aha, thanks

    Getting proper measurements is the biggest enemy at this hobby
    Hehe.. Your totally right Ivar!

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    Hi,
    i found this in my travels around looking at people's cockpits.
    I was going to upload the PDF file here but thought it may be the wrong thing to do, so i will post a link to the page i found it on & the link to get the compiled PDF file.
    It does not give the dimension directly but is a good collection of images that may make approximating the size a little easier.

    All the best
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    http://www.737ng.co.uk/technical.htm

    http://www.737ng.co.uk/B737%20measurements.pdf

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