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    covering the glarewing-corners 737NG

    Hi all, I am searching for a good way to close or cover the corners of the glarewings. Is there a real name for it ?? I mean the hole between glareshield and MIP.
    Because of its complex shape I think I must use plastic or something like that.

    What material did you guys use and how did you put it in shape.

    Thanks for your tips.

    Greetz, Kai

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    Nobody an idea or solution for me ?

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    Re: covering the glarewing-corners 737NG

    I'm not quite sure what you mean. Which 'hole' are you referring to?

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    Re: covering the glarewing-corners 737NG

    Hi, I mean the holes left and right under the glarewing. between MIP and Glarewing.

    Sorry, would like to insert a picture but it ask me for the url of the picture and I have no URL cause I have the picture on my PC.

    Greets, Kai

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    Re: covering the glarewing-corners 737NG



    Time to get out the credit card!

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    Re: covering the glarewing-corners 737NG

    Hi Schraddel, i now what you mean. I have build thes parts last week for my homecockpit. There are some inspiration on

    http://b737home.blogspot.com

    I'ts written in german, but you will understand the facts easy.
    Greetings from Switerland - Thomas

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    Re: covering the glarewing-corners 737NG

    Hi Thomas,

    thank you for the link. Thats exactly what I needed to know.

    And it is ok that it is written in german cause I am German.

    Greetings from Hamburg,
    Kai

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