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securing conduit to roof

securing conduit to roof: 2016-08-26 Panasonic DMC-FT1

A wooden prop against the tunnel (out of sight at the bottom) and a wooden saddle piece supporting the clip to secure the conduit on the fuselage roof, while the adhesive (in this case, epoxy/flox mixture) cures.

conduit for wiring to overhead panel

conduit for wiring to overhead panel: 2016-08-27 Panasonic DMC-FT1

The conduit secured to the roof, and a piece of fibreglass sleeving inserted into the end of the conduit to show how it will fit between the conduit and the overhead panel. It was SO tempting to make a hole for the wires to go straight through that top-hat layup which joins the door frames, but I resisted as I knew that would compromise its strength.

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