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Tuesday, December 1, 2015
I moved on to the second aileron. Second time around was a little easier.
Pull riveting the spar to the nose ribs
Here's the top skin clecoed in place and ready for riveting to the spar.
An hour later another row of rivets are done.
I finished the day by riveting the end ribs to the spar. It was just as hard to do with the second aileron, but setup time was greatly shortened since I knew what to do this time.