Wing - Left Flaps and Ailerons
I pulled the wing off of the wing stand, and layed it on the work table. This can be done by one person, but with the skin sticking out on the trailing edge, it is a little hard to lay the wing down without some help. Of course, if you unbolt the wing from the wing stand and lift it off, you are in no position to stop and ask for help. You can do it on your own, but help would be nice.
|Not much to see, just the aileron brackets cleco'd on, and drilled, the flap brace is cleco'd on, ready to be drilled, and, the plastic conduit is installed with silicon rubber applied around each hole to keep the conduit from moving around.|