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    gauge dimentions

    hi all dose any one know dimentions on analogic instruments of captin and f/o
    it is for the 747-200 but i think that the 727 and 737 have the same dimentions???

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    Smaller guages were 2". Most of the MIP instruments were 3-1/8". Some had AS indicators that were 4". HSI's were 4" as were most ADI's. Many used a 5" ADI/FD though.
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    Thanks so how do thes look ??? juging from you expireanceAttachment 1787 i say 5" AS

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    The ADI and HSI are both four inch. The airspeed indicator is also four inch. The engine stack guages are all 2 inch. The rest are 3-1/8"
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