Monday, May 2, 2016

Section: 18
Hours: 3

I counter-sank and riveted the remaining holes in the right tank baffle and dabbed some ProSeal on all the pulled rivets using a toothpick.

Then I prepped the baffle and z-stiffeners for the left tank. After match drilling the z-stiffeners I spent some time vacuuming all the dust and chips out of the tanks and wiped down the inside. This will be the last time I can easily clean the inside of the tank.

I scuffed the flange and ends of the tank baffle to improve adhesion with the ProSeal.

I got everything prepped and laid out so I can get an early start tomorrow morning. It's better to spread the ProSeal on when it is a little cooler in the garage.

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