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Post  Coxfledgling Sat Mar 20, 2021 6:47 am

I have a pair of Cox pt19 fledgling plastic wings and have a pair of Cox 049's second hand on the way to me.

I have seen lots of pictures of the pt19 model on here, thank you cef.

Could someone with a pt19 fledgling help further please.

What I would like is a side view and plan view of the model in pdf format so I can get them into a computer and print off.

If the engine and it's bulkhead is removed from the assembled model, from memory it would sit flat on its wing on a flat surface, with a side view, would show the proportional info as to length,  lead out slots, elevator and rudder info sufficient for me to measure positions etc. and make a balsa fuz, so I can make the engines and wings fly again.

A plan view would also be good as well as belcrank size and position/pivot point in n the fuz.

Any help greatly appreciated, I realise it's a bit of an ask/hassle, but pictures of the parts and my completed model, and of it flying again, would be nice I feel.

Thanks, rich.
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