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    737nose measurement.

    Rebuilding my MIP base for a real nose.(to come)
    Have a question.See diag.Seen from the TOP.
    Actually it is the lenght of the footwell where the pedals are.
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    Sounds Great Jack. Have you got any pictures of the nose that's arriving.

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    the mip cant hit the curve of the nose. its way smaller. the mip sits about 140mm forward of the port starboard front window pillars. it has a gap of say 150mm guessing from the end of mip to side of shell.

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    Thanks David , A picture is better than words...
    I am more concerned with the depth of the stand.
    ie:the distance between A and B,
    At point A (forward base of the MIP) it well fits in the shell of course.
    But, at point B, will it hit the curve of the shell, in which case I should bring B closer to A?
    (On the pic A to B is 17")
    See my point?

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    ahhh..i see big fella.

    i can help you there then. i can send something after mothers day breakfast tomorrow?

    whats you stand width from a-b mate?

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    17"


    blah blah blah (for minim words)
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    read you pm's im sending a second one now

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