F4U Corsair Wing/Rib Ordinates

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  1. Dan Bjertness

    Dan Bjertness New Member

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    Hey friends!

    I am currently looking for the ordinate drawings for the F4U Corsair. More specifically, I am looking for the Rib/Overall Wing Ordinate drawings. I believe that the Chance-Vought drawing number is VS-10002. Looking for information as soon as possible. Thanks!

    Dan
     
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    tomo pauk Creator of Interesting Threads

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    Hello,
    Perhaps you might want to go to the avialogs.com collection of the manuals for the Corsair, there is many of them that are very detailed:
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    Do these help at all? F4U-1_AssmbyDrawingsBlueprintsPage_006.jpg F4U-1_AssmbyDrawingsBlueprints295_Page_008.jpg
     
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    Dan,

    The drawing njumber in the 1st post is a Vought0Sikorsky number. Out Courasir is, in fact, a Vought-Sikorsky unit and all our drawing are Vought-Sikorsky drawings. Vought and,later Chance-Vought inherited these, but they all say "Vought-Sikorsky" on the boarder in the master drawing information area.

    No real point, just FYI.
     
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