Here is the right landing gear box partially drilled and clecoed together. The fuselage is built upside down, and we are looking toward the front, with the firewall visible at the right of the picture.

You can see the F-802A, D, E, G and N (the F-802G is not trimmed to shape yet), and the Wd-822.

I had to fabricate a tapered shim to fill an 0.063 gap between the top of the Wd-822 and the F-802A. Apparently my F-820 Forward Side Skin (which determines where the F-802A will end up) is a bit too far forward compared to the F-822 bottom skin (which determines where the F-802G goes, which locates the lower end of the F-802A and the Wd-822).