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Aeros Stranger & Stream Service manual
TRIKE WINGS
“Stranger” & “Stream”
owner/service MANUAL
Manufactured by: AEROS Ltd.
Post-Volynskaya St. 5
Kiev 03061
UKRAINE
Tel: (380 44) 455 41 18,
Fax: (380 44) 455 41 16
E-mail: aerosint@aerosint.kiev.ua,
http://www.aeros.com.ua
Date of production: __________________________ Serial number: _______________________
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TABLE
OF CONTENTS
Section 1. General information.........................................................................................
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1.1. Introduction......................................................................................................
3
1.2. Main data........................................................................................................
3
Section 2. Set up procedure...............................................................................................
4
2.1. Set up procedure from the package 4 meters long...........................................
4
2.2. Set up procedure from the package 6 meters long...........................................
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Section 3. Preflight inspection of the glider.......................................................................
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Section 4. Inspection of the wing.......................................................................................
25
Section 5. Maintenance.....................................................................................................
27
Section 6. Turning.............................................................................................................
28
In closing-a few final words on your safety……………………………………... 29
Section 7. Log Book..........................................................................................................
30
Section 9. Schemes.............................................................................................................
31
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Section 1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1. 1. I N T R O D U C T I O N
Stranger & Stream - wings for two-seater trikes - are a product of Aeros Ltd. They are the
result of an extensive design and development program aimed at optimizing your level of safety
and satisfaction as a pilot, through their high performance and strength of construction.
Stranger 2 is a new modification of a Stranger wing. Characteristic of this wing is different color
scheme and aerofoil uprights. Stranger 2 can be used with Standard and Standard-2 hang
point units only.
These wings are safely controlable and stable at a wide range of operating speeds. The
strength of the wings is sufficient for different conditions of flight with defined load.
Please read and be sure you thoroughly understand this manual before flying your Stranger or
Stream. Be sure you are thoroughly familiar with set up, break down, preflight and maintenance
procedures as described in this manual.
1. 2. M A I N D A T A
Stranger & Stream are high performance flexible wings for a double seater trike.
Wing type
Sail area, sqm
Wing span, m
Aspect ratio
Nose angle, deg
Max airspeed, kmph
Stall speed, kmph (with max load)
Speed of max glide angle, kmph (with max load)
Range of operating overloads
Total load max, kg
Weight without bag, kg
Stranger 15
14.8
10.2
7
126
110+
52
70
+4-2
450
48
Stream 16
16.2
10.2
6.4
126
110+
50
70
+4-2
450
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After structural, aerodynamic and flight tests, the Stranger has been shown to comply with
DULV requirements.
Stranger & Stream were not designed to fly at bank angle over 60 degrees or pitch angle
exceeding 30 degrees. Operation in any of these modes may severely compromise your safety.
Flying any trike in turbulence or gusty wind can result in flight inversion, structural failure of the
wing and possible fatal injuries.
Performance of the wings with trilam leading edge can worsen in wet (rain, thick fog,
dew, etc.) and ice-covering conditions, therefore we do not recommend to use wings in
such conditions, as this can compromise your safety.
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Section 2. SET UP PROCEDURE
2.1. SET UP PROCEDURE FROM THE PACKAGE 4 METRES LONG
Having used the specific techniques described in this manual you will perform the set up and
break down procedures without any difficulties.
However, the following procedural descriptions are not intended to be a substitute for the
familiarization procedure of your dealer at the time the wing is delivered.
The set up procedure should be carried out on a clean, not abrasive surface. Before performing
the set up procedure you must place the glider nose to the wind. During this procedure you
must make a preflight inspection of the wing.
2.1.1. With the glider in the bag (4 metres long) lay the glider on the ground.
2.1.2. Undo the zipper. Untie the velcro straps. Remove the battens in the bags, the framebar,
the leading edge tubes N3 and the nose cone from the bag. (Fig.1)
Fig.1
2.1.3. Turn the glider so that the downtubes packed into the safety bags are on the bottom and
kingpost is on the top.
2.1.4. Unfold the sail along the leading edge. Attach the leading edge tubes N3 to the leading
edge tubes N2 according to the marking (L-left, R-right, marks must be on the top).
Fig.2
NOTE: While installing the leading edge tubes into the sail place the washout struts facing
forward toward the nose of the wing and along the leading edge tubes (Fig.2)
2.1.5. Rotate the bolt which is on the axle of the leading edge tube until the bolts d=6mm are
positioned in the slot, closest to the nose of the wing. (Fig.3).
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Fig.3
Remove the 6-mm bolts from the leading edge tube and put them through the grommets on the
sail. Put these bolts through the holes in the channel inside the leading edge tube. Replace the
plastic sadles and metal washers on the bolts from the other side of the tube. Manually secure
bolts d=6 mm with selflocking nuts (Fig.4, 5).
Fig.4
Fig.5
2.1.6. Rotate the bolt which is on the axle of the leading edge tube until the plastic sadles align
according to the markings on the tube. (Fig.6).
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Fig.6
If the marking is erased place the bolts according to Fig.7.
Fig.7
Tighten selflocking nuts which secure the bolts d=6 mm.
2.1.7. Further set up procedure is similar tthe one from a 6-meter long bag (Section 2.2, except
points 2.2.1-2.2.4).
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2.2. SET UP PROCEDURE FROM THE PACKAGE 6 METRES LONG
2.2.1. With the glider in the bag (6 meters long) lay the glider on the ground (Fig.8).
Fig.8
2.2.2. Undo the zipper. Remove the battens in the bags, the framebar and the nose cone from
the bag.
2.2.3. Remove the bag and the velcro straps.
2.2.4. Turn the glider so that the downtubes packed into the safety bags are on the bottom and
kingpost is on the top (Fig.9).
Fig.9
2.2.5. Grasp the string loop at the front of the nose batten and pull the forked batten-end up
over until it sits on the top of the keel tube (Fig.10).
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Fig.10
2.2.5A. For Stream and Stranger 2: Grasp the string loop at the front of the nose battens and
put in the corresponding hole pin of the nose battens.
Fig.10A
2.2.6. Spread the wings so, that the sail is a little loose and the glider is resting flat on the
ground.
NOTE: Take care that the reflex wires and the top wires are not wrapped around the keel and
are free from the keel hardware.
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Fig.11
2.2.7. Attach the hook of the top rear wire and the washout wires to the thimble of the top front
wire (Fig.11). Make sure that the hook is not inverted and the reflex wires or top wires are not
twisted.
2.2.8. Remove the battens from the bag and lay them on the ground for each wing separately in
decreasing order of length. Check them for symmetry. Correct any that are asymmetric using
the template (Fig.12). Insert top surface battens from longer to shorter except two longest
battens.
Aeros convention is that red marked battens go in the left wing and green marked battens in
the right. But you can feel free to install them the other way around, i.e. red marked battens go
to the right and green marked battens go to the left. This is because Aeros do not tune glider’s
turn by changing battens camber, so originally your glider comes with left and right
corresponding battens symmetrical between each others. Battens are numbered from the
center outwards, and the longest batten in a Stranger or Stream is designated as the "# 1"
batten.
Fig.12
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NOTE: Two longest battens are not removed from the battens pockets during the break down
procedure.
2.2.9. Secure the rear end of each top surface batten by first looping the bottom loop of leech
line around the notched batten end, and then attaching the top loop using the extra loop as a
handle (Fig.13). When attaching the leech line loops to the battens to which the reflex wires
come, be sure the leech line loops are not caught underneath or wrapped around the reflex
wires.
Fig.13
2.2.10. Spread the wings all the way and check all wires for twisted thimbles or tangs (Fig.14).
Fig.14
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2.2.11. Remove the safety bags from the downtubes. Spread the downtubes. Install the
framebar according to the marking. Fix the framebar using nuts and safety rings (Fig.14, 15).
Fig.15
Fig.16
2.2.12. Pull the rope which is sticking out from the keel pocket until you will see the crossbar
sweep wires. Remove the nut and the safety ring from the bolt which is secured to the crossbar
sweep wires (these wires are attached to the crossbar center). Insert the bolt which is attached
to the crossbar wire through the hole in the keel tube nearest to the nose of the wing. Fit the
thimble of the other wire over the bolt and secure the assembly with nut and safety ring (Fig.17,
18).
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Fig.17
Fig.18
Remove the rope from the crossbar sweep wires !
2.2.13. Insert the tip battens until they are stopped on the stop details of the leading edge tubes
and fix them using the leech lines (Fig.19).
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Fig.19
Install the shortest of the bottom surface battens into the battens pockets. Fix the tip battens
and the shortest of the top curve battens by rubber ropes from undersurface side - only for
Stranger (Fig.20, 21).
For Stranger
Fig.20
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For Stranger
Fig.21
2.2.14. Put the glider on the A-frame. Secure the lock of the bottom wires on the nose junction
channel using the clevis pin and the safety ring (Fig.22 or 22A).
For Stranger
Fig.22
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For Stream & Stranger 2
Fig.22A
2.2.15. Check the nuts which secure the down tubes to the channel and the nut which secures
the channel of uprights to the keel. Check also the nut which secures the kingpost channel to
the keel. Check the nuts and safety rings which secure the hang detail.
Aeros Standard hang units
Fig.23
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Antares hang units
Fig.24
2.2.16. Install the bottom surface battens. The longest bottom surface batten is inboard batten.
Push the battens all way into the pocket until the rear end is secure in the batten pocket. The
strings on the rear ends of the bottom surface battens are to facilitate removal of the battens
from the sail during breakdown (Fig.25).
Fig.25
2.2.17. Install the washout tips, pushing them into the sleeves in the leading edges.
2.2.18. Remove the protective bag from hang detail.
2.2.19. Do a complete preflight inspection of the glider, Section 3.
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Section 3. PREFLIGHT INSPECTION OF THE GLIDER
3.1. Do a complete preflight inspection of the glider. It is your responsibility during this
"preflight" to check every part, component and assembly on the glider. Beginning at the nose,
check all selflocking nuts, the clevis pin and the safety ring which secure the lock of the bottom
front wires (Fig.26/27).
Fig.26
Fig.27
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3.2. Look through the nose hole and inspect each leading edge. Check that all bottom surface
battens are under the leading edge tube. (Fig.28).
Fig.28
Make sure that the spring buttons from the inserted leading edge tubes N3 are sticking out fo
the tube surface.
Check for any evidence of dents, deep scratches, cracks or bends in the leading edge tubes
(look for signs of crystallization of the material: a brighter, fuzzy spot on the aluminium).
3.3. Check that the mylar has no bends.
3.4. Look through the open bottom surface pockets near the crossbar/leading edge junction
and check that this junction is safely secured with the castle nut and the safety ring. Check that
top and bottom side wires are attached to the crossbar/leading edge junction properly. Check
that wires are not twisted and are not caught up. (Fig.29/29A).
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Stranger
Fig.29
Stream and Stranger 2
Fig.29A
Zip the zipper near the crossbar/leading edge junction closed.
3.5. Look into the sail at each wing tip, and check that the tip battens are properly seated and
fixed with the leech lines and rubber ropes - for Stranger (Fig.30) and for Stream (Fig.30A).
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Fig.30
Fig. 30A
Check that the washout tips are installed properly into the holes in the leading edge tubes.
Be sure that the batten tension leech lines are equally tensioned.
To provide flight without spontaneous turn the bolts of the sail tension on the console ends
must be positioned according to marking.
3.6. Check the trailing edge for any cuts, tears or broken stitching.
3.7. Check that the top surface battens are fixed with the batten tension leech lines.
3.8. Check that each of the reflex wires are free from the batten tension leech lines and the
reflex safety ring is flush with the bottom of the sail - for Stranger (Fig.31).
Check fixing of quick links of reflex wires - for Stream (Fig.31A).
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Fig.31
Fig.31A
Check that no reflex wire is looped underneath a more inboard batten (Fig.32).
Fig.32
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3.9. Check that the top rear wire, the keel mount webbing, and bottom rear wires are safely
secured to the keel tube using the nut and the safety ring (Fig.33).
Fig.33
3.10. Check all bolts, nuts and the safety rings which secure the downtubes to the channel.
Make sure that the channel to the keel and hang detail are secured (Fig.34, 35).
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Fig.34
Fig.35
3.11. Check that the bolt of the crossbar tension wires is secured by the nut and safety ring
(see Fig.33).
3.12. Check the thimble fittings at the control bar corners for any cocked or twisted thimbles
and lugs. If you find any, straighten them out (if necessary, detention the crossbar and bottom
wires). If you find a kink in the cable, you must replace it, or their is a danger it will fail after
repeated loading and unloading.
Check the nuts and safety rings at the lower control bar corners (Fig.36).
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Fig.36
3.13. Fit the nose cone over the front of the keel and attach the velcro at the top rear of the
nose cone. Rest the glider back on it's tail and pull the bottom corners of the nose cone back
until the nose cone is tight around the nose and secure the velcro on the bottom of the nose
cone (Fig.37, 38).
Fig.37
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Fig.38
Now your glider is ready for mounting on the trike.
Don’t fly without the nosecone!
Section 4. INSPECTION OF THE WING
The sail should be inspected once every three months or after each 50 flying hours. The
frame should be inspected once a year, after every 100 flying hours, and after every hard
landing.
4.I. SAIL CHECK-UP
4.1.1. Sail seam and cloth strength are assessed by testing the strength of the control clouts
on the top surface (TS) of the wing. The control clouts are incorporated in the cloth piece
(designated by letters UV) that is sewed onto the trailing edge close to the keel tube. For sail
assessment cut control clout in the drawing and forward it to your Aeros dealer or directly to
Aeros.
The first sample is to be cut out after 300 flying hours and thereafter a sample must be
submitted after every 150 flying hours.
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4.1.2. Checking the sail surface and seams.
There should be no cuts, ruptures, threadbare holes and torn seams on the sail. Any torn
seams should be re-stitched. Cuts and ruptures on the fairing and bottom surface (BS) of the
sail that are not longer than 30 mm can be patched up with self-adhesive Dacron. The Dacron
must be of a weight of not less than 100 g/m. Larger cuts and ruptures are to be repaired by
stitching on a reinforcing piece of the same fabric (stitched along the edges). Any rupture
shorter than 50 mm can be repaired in this manner, but more complicated repairs should be
carried out in the workshop of producing company. If any of the batten tightening cords are torn
or heavily worn they must be replaced.
4.1.3. Keep an eye on the sail grommets/eyelets and all areas of the sail that are subject to
extra stress, especially the keel section, the nose section of leading edge and the outer tip
section of leading edge.
4.2. CABLE SYSTEM
The cables must be checked for broken wires. If any defect on a wire is observed, no matter
how small, the cable in question MUST BE REPLACED. It is recommended that the entire
cable system be replaced once every two years irrespective of service conditions.
A NOTE ABOUT CABLES AND CABLE MAINTENANCE
The cables which support the wing’s airframe are critical components of the wing’s structure,
and must be maintained in an air worthy condition. It is a general practice in the design of
aircraft structures to design to an ultimate strength of 1.5 times the highest expected load in
normal service.
Stranger or Stream cables, like other structural components on the wing, are typically designed
with a structural safety factor of only about 50% above the expected maximum load. No
significant loss in cable strength can be tolerated.
A cable with even a single broken strand must be replaced before the wing is flown again. A
cable which has been bent sharply enough to have taken a permanent set must also be
replaced immediately.
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Some degree of fatigue due to repeated bending of cables is almost unavoidable in an aircraft
that is assembled and disassembled with every flight. Bottom side wires are subject to the
highest loads in flight, and are therefore the most critical.
4.3. CHECKING THE TUBINGS
To check the condition of the wing tubes the sail should be removed from the wing frame and
the tubes should be detached at the joints. The tubes are to be inspected visually. When there
is suspicion of damage, the points in question should be inspected using a magnifying glass of
(5-10)X magnification. There should be no trace of corrosion, cracks, bends or dents.
4.4. CHECKING THE BATTENS
The batten profiles should be checked against the template and the bends should be adjusted if
necessary. Check all the plastic batten heads and tails and replace if necessary.
4.5. FASTENERS
Check all fasteners (bolts, screws, rollers, nuts, splint pins etc.) for corrosion. Any corroded
fasteners should be replaced. Bolts should not be worn and/or bent. Key bolts should be
checked most thoroughly for cracks between the head and the bolt body. These are the bolts at
the control bar side and bottom joints, the central spreader bar tensioning cable attach point
and the rear cable attachment point on the keel tube. If any cracks are observed - REPLACE
IMMEDIATELY!
Section 5. MAINTENANCE
5.1. MAINTENANCE
• With correct maintenance your wing will retain its good condition for many years.
• We recommend that do you not expose your wing to any more direct sunlight than necessary.
Do not leave it standing in the sun for long periods of time when you are not flying it.
• Do not leave your wing on the trike for a long period of time when the wind is strong. It will
decrease the life of the sail, hang junction and frame of your wing.
• Your wing should be dried thoroughly after being exposed to rain or any other source of
moisture.
• Your sail should never be washed with anything other then fresh water, as any soap or
detergent will most likely degrade the cloth and may adversely affect the flight characteristics of
your wing.
• When you set up or break down your wing, take care not to allow sand, soil and dirt to enter
the sail, batten pockets or tubes. Keep the leading edge tube telescopic connectors thoroughly
clean as set up or break down will become difficult or impossible if they are dirty. Swab the
tubes with a rag.
• Keep all the wing’s foam padding that was originally supplied and use in the same places
when re-packing the wing.
5.2. STORAGE
• You must store the wing in its bag in a dry place on soft bedding. Before storage you must
ensure that the sail is dry.
• The frame of the wing must not be subjected to load during storage and the tubes must not be
bent under their own weight.
• The wing can be storage in temperatures ranging from -10°C to +25°C.
5.3. TRANSPORTATION
• The wing may be transported in its bag in any vehicle that offers protection from mechanical
damage, soiling and long exposure to rain. It is not recommended that the wing be carried or
transported without its bag.
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Section 6. TURNING
6.1. FINE TUNING THE WING
Your wing has, on each side, a tensioner bolt that can be turned to 'wind up' (tighten) the sail
on either side. This bolt can be found on the very tips of your wing's leading edge tubes and
requires the use of a 17 spanner. If your wing has, for example, a right turning tendency this
means that more angle of attack is required on the right side to bring this wing up to level flight.
To do this, simply screw the right side tensioner bolt clockwise by 2 to 3 turns. This tightens the
sail on that side of the wing, effectively increasing the angle of attack.
NB: As this point you may need to slightly loosen the two 6-mm bolts that secure the sail
to the leading edge. This is in order to ensure smooth movement of the sail during the
adjustment.
Test fly. If there is still a right turn, you may screw 'out' the other side (left side). Simply turn the
left side tensioner bolt anti-clockwise 2 to 3 turns. Test fly and repeat the process if necessary.
You may “wind” or “unwind” the sail on each side to a maximum of 12mm distance from its
original position - this can be measured by looking at the position of the two 6-mm sail securing
bolts on each side. If you reach this maximum and the wing still has a right turn, reset your wing
to its original settings and proceed with coarse wing adjustment.
6.2. COARSE WING ADJUSTMENT
(Note: Ensure that your wing adjusters are restored to their original settings before
attempting coarse adjustment.) You will notice if you look inside the sail at the wing
tips, that the end piece of the leading edge tube is adjustable about its longitudinal axis.
The tip leading edge tube section fits into the main leading edge tube and is secured in
place with a small screw. This tip piece can be rotated through three positions (three
securing holes available on the main leading edge piece). The wing is delivered
standard with both wing tips set in their maximum angle of attack position. To correct a
right turning tendency, the left side needs a decrease in angle of attack - this will
decrease the lift on the left side and bring this wing down resulting in level flight. Do this
by adjusting the left tip leading edge piece 'up' one position (less angle of attack). This
may require some de-tensioning of the tip adjusters to give the necessary slack
required to rotate the tip piece. Test fly and repeat if necessary. If you adjust until you
are in the third adjustment position on the left side and the wing still has a right turn you
may go through the steps of fine tuning your wing (you may fine tune your wing at any
coarse adjustment setting). If the turning problem still persists, please contact Aeros
LTD or your dealer for advice.
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IN CLOSING - A FEW FINAL WORDS ON YOUR SAFETY
UL flying is an active air sport with associated risks. Your safety can be greatly enhanced by
following a few simple rules:
Your wing is delivered to you ready to fly. Do not make any adjustments, which are not
described in this manual.
If you are in doubt about any aspect of your wing you should consult your dealer or Aeros for
advice.
Only fly after having attended a good school.
Fly a wing suited to your level of ability. A new risk may arise when you first fly a new type of
the wing.
The reactions of your new wing may well differ from those of the wing you where used to. In
order to keep this risk low, we recommend that you gradually become familiar with your new
wing.
Before every take-off always do both an assembly check and a pre-flight check.
Do not take off if the sail is wet, especially the leading edge, as the stall speed will increase
significantly.
Always fly with a dry sail!
Take special care to avoid ice covering the glider, particularly the leading edge in wintertime.
A wet wing must be dried before storing. Do not leave your glider wet for more than one day,
because corrosion may result.
Never fly alone.
Don’t push your luck. It is your responsibility to know the limits of your wing and the limits of
your own experience. Remember, that ultimately your safety is your responsibility.
Fly only in places, which are suitable for flying.
With proper care and maintenance, your wing will retain a high level of airworthiness for many
years.
Have fun. Fly safely.
Aeros Team
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Section 7. LOG BOOK
TABLE OF FLIGHT HOURS
DATE
NUMBER OF FLIGHT
TOTAL HOURS
30
BY WHOM
34
STG.B.134.000
WASHOUT STICK
CAP
BLIND
STG.B.133.000.AD
RIVET
34400
4X6
WASHOUT STICK
STG.B.132.000
BUSH
3
,6
5 1
WASHAUT MOUNTING
2
5
00
2
5
BLIND
RIVET
34400
4X6
SS2515
HOOK
STL116000AD
BUTTON
SPRING
STG.B.130.003.WD
SHOCK
CORD
BLIND
BLIND
RIVET
RIVET 34400
4X6
34400 4X6
STG.B.131.001
TUBE N3
AEROS
by:
Zakidyshev
Date:
09.10.03
RIGHT
STG.B.130.001.AD
ASSEMBLED LE TUBE N3 RIGHT
Scale:
1
4
1
2
5
3
Parts List
Item
Qty
1
1
STG.B.310.003.WD
2
1
STG.B.310.005.WD
Name
Material
D16T
∅2.5
∅14x1
7x7
Vendor
L=1565
WR77023
Note
TUBE
LINDEMANN
CABLE
L=273
3
1
STG.B.311.000
PLASTIC
BATTEN
TIP
FORK
AEROS
by:
Zakidyshev
Date:
03.12.03
4
1
PRF15.346.000
5
1
NT282G
STG.B.310.000.AD
KEEL BATTEN
PLASTIC
.
BATTEN
LINDEMANN
PRESS
TIP
SLEEVE
Scale:
2
1
3
Parts List
Item
Qty
Name
Material
1
1
STG.B.312.003.WD
D16T
2
1
STG.B.311.000
PLASTIC
∅12x1 L=2410
Vendor
Note
TUBE
BATTEN
TIP
FORK
3
AEROS
by:
Zakidyshev
Date:
03.12.03
1
PRF15.346.000
STG.B.312.000.AD
ASSEMBLED TOP SURFASCE BATTEN N1
PLASTIC
BATTEN
TIP
Scale:
3
2
4
1
5
Parts List
Item
Qty
Name
Material
Vendor
Note
1
1
STG.B.314.003.WD
D16T ∅12x1 L=1435
TUBE
2
1
STG.B.311.000
PLASTIC
BATTEN
TIP
FORK
3
1
STG.B.315.000
PLASTICK
4
1
STG.B.316.000
B95T ∅12x1
TUBE
5
1
PRF15.346.000
PLASTIC
BATTEN
AEROS
by:
Zakidyshev
Date:
03.12.03
TIP
STG.B.314.000.AD
ASSEMBLED TOP SURFASCE BATTEN N3
Scale:
2
2
1
Parts List
Item
Qty
1
1
Name
STG.B.325.003.WD
Material
B95T ∅10x0.75
Vendor
Note
TUBE
L=1670
2
AEROS
by:
Zakidyshev
Date:
13.06.02
2
STL362000
PLASTIC
STG.470.000.AD
ASSEMBLED BOTTOM SURFACE BATTEN
BATTEN
TIP
Scale:
N1
2
1
Parts
List
Item
Qty
1
1
STG.B.332.003.WD
D16T
2
1
STG.B.311.000
PLASTIC
Name
Material
∅12x1
L=540
Vendor
Note
TUBE
BATTEN
TIP
FORK
AEROS
by:
Zakidyshev
Date:
05.12.03
STG.B.332.000.AD
PLUG-ON BATTEN
Scale:
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