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Let's suppose we want to paint our plane's fuselage brown and our wings gunmetal gray.
Let's also assume the main landing gear doors integrate both with the underside of the wing and the belly while closed. In other words, the landing gear doors cross the belt line where the two paint colors, brown and gunmetal interface. Should the landing gear doors be painted solid brown, solid gunmetal or be divided into tow colors: the wing portion painted to match the wing and the belly portion painted to match the belly?
This is a question about aircraft painting convention. The Gulfstream G650 jet is just one of those plane with the main gear doors crossing the belt lines between wings and belly.
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