check tailplane torque tube level
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fuselage transverse level: 2014-06-26
Checking the transverse (or thwartwise) level of the fuselage, with the digital level on the levelling jig. This photo is looking aft; the display shows 0.1 degree, with a down-arrow at the left side of the display and an up-arrow at the right-hand side. This means that to get a true zero level the left-hand side of the unit would need to tilt down a further 0.1 degree; thus the fuselage is tilted 0.1 degree high on the starboard side (the left side of this photo).
tailplane torque tube level: 2014-06-26
With the fuselage set as in the above picture, transferring the digital level to the tailplane torque tube shows that it is at the same transverse angle - 0.1 degree starboard-high.
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