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    737ng sidewall

    Well this is not actally a tutorial but the measurements I have on my sidewalls. I built this by looking at pictures so the measures are in no way accurate to the actual aircraft, but still looking OK.

    I have measured after building was completed so doublecheck and adjust if needed

    Good luck and have fun.






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    Wow Ivar excelent work u have a nice setup

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    Thanks

    Looking forward to order some of your parts to install

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    Very well done & spectacular workmanship as usual. Measurements will come in very useful when my time comes to build a shell

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    excellent job Ivar !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauriceb View Post
    Very well done & spectacular workmanship as usual. Measurements will come in very useful when my time comes to build a shell

    Thanks,
    Maurice

    My time has come, at least for a half shell. Though the interior panels are different, the critical measurements I need are there. It's the same as the 727.

    Thanks Ivar. You are a real asset to us here.
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    Thanks Ivar, I was just about to ask If anyone had these measurements...

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    Another display of true craftsmenship Ivar. Thanks for giving us all some extra inspiration.

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    Hey all, Funny thing.. Just flew an 800 the other day and took some measurements for a friend and i realized that i had to build some sidewalls as well. So with nothing else to do for 6 hours out to Seattle i scribbled them down. When i get back i'll draw them out and scan it.

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    Ivar, that looks really great. Thanks for sharing!
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