Dimensions out of the box.

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Dimensions out of the box.

Postby Eagleo68 » Sun Jul 23, 2017 8:39 pm

Masters - For space planning, does anyone know what the fuselage (length and height with gear no wheels), built wing, built in place elevators dimensions are? Thanks in advance. Can't find this anywhere. - Joe
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Re: Dimensions out of the box.

Postby danerazz » Wed Jul 26, 2017 7:12 pm

If nobody answers tonight, I'll get out a tape and measure tomorrow. I don't have it on the gear, it is on a dolly with casters so it is easy to work inside the cockpit and on the engine (though it could be a little higher). As I recall, with no tires/wheels, it stood about 7' tall at the highest point over the cockpit.

More dimensions to come...


Oh, this is a standard highlander, NOT SuperStol
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Re: Dimensions out of the box.

Postby danerazz » Fri Jul 28, 2017 5:13 pm

The standard fuselage is about

Length: 15' (firewall to tail)
Add 2' for rudder

Height: 4' (this is without landing gear, over cabin)
Height at tail: about 4.5'
Add another foot for rudder height

Tail width: 8' with elevators, 7' without.

Sorry, forgot to measure wings, I think they are about 14' long each.

The tail is bigger on the SS, and as stated, the regular highlander was about 7' tall on extreme gear without wheels/tires.

Hope this helps!
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