I'm planning on the two step possess as you described. Also instead of
using 1 layer of 5.5 oz. glass. I'm using multiple layers of deck cloth so I
can get a tighter corners.
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In a message dated 1/20/2017 3:38:58 P.M. Central Standard
Just notch a step into the skin large enough for the false spar to sit in the
skin, then scrub the foam out from between the layers about 1/4" deep. Fill
with Flox and slide the false spar into place. Your call whether you want to
add a layer of glass to it while the flox is wet or not. I
On this note, I did the 8/32 pan head off-set; results to follow the next
The next steps for the aileron attachment in the plans call for Flox the
attachment nut, add the counter weight arm (middle), then 1 layer BID
overlapping at least 1 inch.
I've been stewing about
Unsanctioned by USAF? Yes. We only did that when the inspectors weren't
For others, running a tap through the metal self locking nut plates does not
destroy their self locking qualities. They don't just bind as tight, so they
don't destroy the threads on Stainless screws or
Thanks for the advice guys. Jeff, I thought that was an unique Air Force
unsanctioned trick that we used to do years ago. : )
Paul Visk Belleville Il.
Original message From: Jeff Scott via KRnet
Date: 1/20/17 8:30 AM (GMT-06:00) To:
Either method works just fine. I chose to counterbore the hinges and used
flush screws with the screws offset between the aileron and the wing. Like
Larry, I also floxed a set of #8 nut plates to the back of the mount holes to
make them removable.
One note on self locking nut plates like
At 10:41 PM 1/19/2017, you wrote:
I believe I've seen some people use countersunk bolts.
That's what I used 20 years ago and it is still flying. It
eliminates any interference even if they are head to head.
I floxed blind nuts to the back side of
offset will work just fine. That's one of the many judgement calls that plans
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Looking for a set due to my recent acquisition of a partial aircraft.
Anyone no longer need theirs?
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