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    Baggage door Ak. Airframes Fuselage

    How are most of you fastening the baggage door on tha Ak. Airframes fuselages?

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    Hinge on the bottom so the door swings down.
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    If the hinge is forward, it will swing closed and cause less damage if you ever forget to close it and start the plane...
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    With a little planning you can locate the turnlock fasteners so they don't touch the fabric with the door open. The door doesn't get in the way or leaned on during loading. It's the best solution for the Airframes Alaska cargo door in my opinion.
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