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    Overhead frame in place

    I have got my forward overhead-frame in place. I used hinges from a window. Perfect. Very easy to do maintainance now. The overhead frame folds down to a complete vertical angle






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    Ivar, I can't begin to tell you how impressed I am.... You are absolutely amazing.

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    Ivar, fantastic job.

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    That is awesome Ivar, I hope it doesn't fall on you when you hit turbulance! Really good sim, it's going to look very real.

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    That's ingenious Ivar.

    It reminds me of the folding mechanism fror those pull-down attic steps you can but at the Lowes stre, minus the tension springs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westozy View Post
    That is awesome Ivar, I hope it doesn't fall on you when you hit turbulance! Really good sim, it's going to look very real.

    Gwyn
    Well, that would probably wake me up It would definitely hit me where I am thickest. Just between my ears

    I just need to attach a couple of "smart" screws or something at the back to keep it secure in place, and still make it easy to fold down. Something Twist and lock system maybe.

    Thanks for your comments

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