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Offline huddie

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Clutch cable route
« on: 24.11. 2009 18:00 »
As I have not seen another a10 close up i amhoping u guys can answer my question. It currently comes down the main tube under the tank and then turns 90 degrees to pass thru the frame via triangulated hole to reach the clutch operating arm. Is this correctF? Regards huddie

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Re: Clutch cable route
« Reply #1 on: 24.11. 2009 18:13 »
Hello Huddie,

The cable is fed through the circular hole in the coverplate on the left hand side then through the triangulated hole in the right gearbox plate but not thro the triangulated hole in the left gearbox plate.

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Re: Clutch cable route
« Reply #2 on: 24.11. 2009 18:14 »
Just noticed you are in Wiltshire, I am in Melksham.

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Re: Clutch cable route
« Reply #3 on: 25.11. 2009 09:04 »
Hi DES, what a small world! I am in steeple Ashton!!

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Re: Clutch cable route
« Reply #4 on: 25.11. 2009 09:17 »
A great opportunity to eye ball another A series bike Huddie! And Seend is not far from either of you both either maybe another good opportunity to visit the BSAOC weekend at the... think its the three magpies pub there.
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Re: Clutch cable route
« Reply #5 on: 25.11. 2009 16:47 »
Hi LJ,

When is the BSAOC weekend at the three Magpies?

Huddie,

I have probably flown over your place many times from Keevil (Gliding Club)

Des

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Re: Clutch cable route
« Reply #6 on: 25.11. 2009 19:58 »
Not sure of the camp dates for 2010 but this last year it was the third week in July. I expect Richard will chip in with a date maybe. There are a few flying clubs around our area, Sibson, Connington, and cowbit maybe you've used those airfields when in the area?

Edit: whoops! I realised after posting that the flying bit was for Huddie... Ah well... there are facilities here if you want to fly further up north.
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Re: Clutch cable route
« Reply #7 on: 26.11. 2009 23:39 »
Lj,

Not really ventured far from Keevil as the aircraft is a glider. They are capable of going across country but my current qualification means I have to stay within sight of the airfield. Mind you I must be a good pilot as the definition of a good pilot is one with as many landings as take offs.

Des