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This was the reason for the large holes in the inner nose floor- so a captive nut on a strip of aluminium could be offered through from the inside to fasten on the dragon’s teeth. It would have been an absolutely hateful job doing this from the inside out; we have the advantage of being able to set captive nuts in place before the floors go back together.
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