JayW Posted November 4, 2019 Share Posted November 4, 2019 Sorry Peter - I have to make a correction. Further inspection of drawing 73-33102 (LG strut assembly) show that under full compression, there is 1 29/32 inch of exposed compression strut oleo (not slammed down as I previously said). If you want to see this dimension, see zone A4. "... I think in length they are ok - the compression strut showing is 5.89mm and 0.2 inches os 5.09mm so its ballpark." you say. So if "static" extension is 1.5 inches from fully compressed, then static extension has 1.5 + 1.906 = 3.406 inches exposed oleo. Or in 1/18 scale - .189 inch. That equates to .189/.039 = 4.85 mm. That puts your 5.89 mm much closer to static. airscale 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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