Brief Description: Spinner, Cowl, and Rudder Fairings
47-02, Steps 6 & 7
Mark a point on the edge of the S-601-1 Spinner, then mark a second point on the edge 180 degrees from the first point.
Lay the cardboard template on the S-601 -1 Spinner with the trimmed edge of the template flush with the edge of the spinner. Align a comer of the template with one of the marks made on the spinner, then trace the template cut-out onto the spinner. Align the corner of the template with the second mark on the spinner, and trace the cut-out. It doesn't matter which comer of the template is used to locate it on the marks as long as the same one is used for both marks.
47-4. Steps 1 & 3
Lay a straight edge across the spinner opening in the top cowl. Adjust the strait edge up and down until the width of the spinner opening is twice its height. Rotate the straight edge untillhe outboard air in let heights match. When both of these criteria are met, mark a trim line across all forward portions of the top cowl.
Laya straight edge across the spinner opening in the bottom cowl. Place the straight edge against the flange joggles in the spinner opening. Mark a trim line across the forward outboard portions of the air inlets in the bottom cowl.