I got this link from other threads on COG topics:Nobody said:How do you determine COG?
KingOf_Pain: Yep, your right. The verbage should actual read 3" BELOW TC for the Lowers and 4" ABOVE tc for uppers. Whoops. That is a copy/paste gone bad! Thanks.
I'm going to try to model this as a parallel lowers and triangulated uppers today (and post it tonight) to see how that effects the variables. And lastly I will model it as uppers and lowers as parallel. The model will blow up with respect to calculating AS (which as we know is differently calculated from triangulated setups), but it should tell us what we want to know.
In the end I should end up with 4 models/layouts showing how each setup varies from one another while trying to keep everything else constant.
Useful???? Don't know. But might help to explain to people what each setup looks like and how things are calculated.