I and many others were of the belief that the coffer would not fit into the AC passageways.
Clearly it does fit into the AC passages.
Not only does it fit, it is an extremely good fit. Allowing a full range of travel from the GG step to the KC.
Therefore if the width dimensions of the coffer allow for a near perfect width, non interference fit into the AC passages, but don't allow for the placement of the coffer through the lower passageways via the lower AP taper (but not the intersection angles). Then why so?
Why is the coffer wall a match for the AC vertical ribs and why do the three hole drillings along the top edge of the western side of the coffer respect the AC channels.??
Box shown moved one segment to the south. In alignment with the floor depression.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 17-Nov-17 09:16 by Jon Ellison.