At 12:46 PM 8/10/03 -0400, you wrote:
>>>What are the wall thicknesses of the tubing in the elements of a Force
>>>12 C-4XL, for
>>>* the standard, 80-mph, model;
>>>* the "D," 100-mph, model;
>>>* the "H," 120-mph, model; and/or
>>>* the "HH," 140-mph, model ?
>>Perhaps an F-12 person will comment, but I believe they all use the
>>standard wall, which permits telescoping in 1/8 inch increments; I
>>believe they beef up by doubling and tripling the critical sections.
>What is "the standard wall"? For zero clearance, it'd be 1/16th inch, or
>0.0625". So, is 0.058, which would leave 0.0045", the standard? (I guess.)
I am pretty sure that's right.
73, Pete N4ZR
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