|These brackets can be used in many applications as ultra light structures|
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Heavy duty wing bracket, and light weight
Great looking brackets zinc chromate paint. Very good quality. I am using it in my KR2 build
Be careful, bracket 3772 does not have the 17/64 holes shown, it has .185 holes. Aircraft spruce took care of me, but I did want to notify others that the smallest bracket has undersized holes.
I have been making my own brackets for years, but decided to purchase one B3765 1 Aluminum bracket to see if I could find a reasonably priced, ready-made substitute. After an initial review of the product I recd, I would have to say this is the worst example of quality that I have ever seen come out of Aircraft Spruce...and I have been buying from them for many, many years. What I recd was a roughly cut, sharp edged, unfinished, asymmetrical hunk of aluminum channel. I will admit that the holes looked to be in the correct location, but I tossed it in the recycle bin before I had a chance to check the hole location and diameter. What I recd wasnt even close to what the nice photo on the web site showed. I wish I could drop a photo into this review...
very rough machine work, holes were offset by 5 degrees. I have to send them back, very disapointed.
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In the online grid, there is a column for Alloy. You can see that some of the brackets are T6 and others are T5.