TMann Posted November 20, 2007 Share Posted November 20, 2007 Good fortune has smiled on my project today. Back when I was assembling my fuselage sides to my bulkheads, I routed a channel in my side foam to allow me to bury my rudder conduit. I exited the sidwall inside at about F32 and about 8.5 inches off the floor leaving an extra 15 inches of conduit for the final height adjustment and then trim for length. I received my adjustable rudder pedals from Dale Martin today (NiceEZ) and measured them out to see how close I came. My waterline measurement was within .25 inches of what it needs to be at the connect point on the pedals. This is working out near perfect. For you Open-EZ & Long-EZ builders out there, you really need to check these out. In order to adjust these for a different size pilot you just unbolt them from the floor, slide them forward or back to the desired position and bolt them back down. You don't have any adjustments to the cable itself. None! Nada! Zip! The cable threads through a special 'S' shaped tube and is anchored further ahead in the nose. Very nice job! Quote T Mann - Loooong-EZ/20B Infinity R/G Chpts 18 Velocity/RG N951TM Mann's Airplane Factory We add rocket's to everything! 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, 14, 19, 20 Done Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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