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So I picked up some ross round frames, left them in the box they came in since I didn't have a 4 1/2" super handy. Today I cut down a honey super to 4 1/2" and then grabbed a few frames. I was thinking I just need to put a couple pieces of wood to fit the frames and leave an airspace on the ends, but would really like to see a picture of a ross super (without the frames in it). Plans or a drawing would also work, thanks.
 

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http://www.rossrounds.com/tour/loaded.htm

If you can read a tape measure you should be able to figure it out with this pic. That's what I did.

Make sure when you cut the follower board that is held in place with the springs about a 1/4" short of a tight fit on the length. They will swell and become a pain to remove if they are cut exact. 7/16"-1/2" plywood works good for the follower boards on all 4 sides and pine board ripped to the correct thickness for the spacers.
 
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