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dvsunshine

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These parts are at a Republic F-84G crash site in Arizona. Is there anyone on the board that can help me identify these parts where they came from on the aircraft and what the stenciling might read? Sorry I didn't take more better photos!

Thanks,

Dave McCurry

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ChrisBaird

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The double-latch access door might be the Radio Disconnect panel.  It's square and the latches only go 1/3 of the way in.
I cant tell how big yours is.
There are a lot of panels on the F-84 with yellow outlines!

Chris B.
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ChrisBaird

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 #3 
Part number 4 has a lot of screw fasteners.

Could that be the splitter inside the intake?

Hard to tell . . .

Chris B.


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ChrisBaird

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 #4 
The other pieces mention Brace Stems - Finger Tight?  and  Remove Fairing.

Gotta be wing pylon fairing.  But your pieces have a lot more rivets.  

The tip tanks had brace stems (sway braces) also.

Maybe there was additional stenciling under the wing that would match your rivet pattern better.

That's my two cents.

Chris B.

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