Clamp the U-1017-L Gear Leg Fairing to the U-1001-L Gear Leg (not shown). The U-1019-L Lower and U-1020-L Upper Intersection Fairings must be aligned to the gear leg fairing and the gear leg fairing alignment must be maintained while the intersection fairings are being installed. Once permanently installed the intersection fairings will hold the gear leg fairing in place.
Slip the lower intersection fairing around the gear leg fairing and fit ilto the U-1057-L Wheel Fairing. The intersection fairings are fabricated with only two layers of fiberglass so they should be flexible enough for making adjustments.
Clamp the lower intersection fairing together at its aft edge. Excess material has been added to the intersection fairings to secure them to the wheel and gear leg fairings. Do not trim them until after additional layers of fiberglass have been added.
Align the lower intersection fairing to the gear leg fairing and fit it to the wheel fairing . Secure it with spring clamps and duct tape. Add two more layers of fiberglass to reinforce and constrain the intersection fairing to its final shape. Epoxy resin must be used when adding layers to the epoxy interseclion fairings. Two layers of 9 oz. fiberglass cloth over top of the original intersection fairings should be sufficient.
Drill and cleco the intersection fairing to the wheel fairing when cured as per Figure 2. Remove the part and trim to final size. OPTIONAL: For a smoother transition from the lower intersection fairing to the wheel fairing.
Repeat Step 1 for the U-1020-l Upper Intersection Fairing.
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