According the manual the holes of the trim servo should be enlarged to accommodate a M3 rivnut, but that leaves only 2 mm edge distance.
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A lot of work with fiberglass, polyester resin, 2K putty, MS-Polymer seam sealer and 2K epoxy primer to make sure the composite caps fit perfectly.
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After the primer dried last night I could continue with the skin, first edge rolling the leading edge and then removing the blue plastic before I mounted the skin with cleco’s.
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Recently I receive new parts for the elevator and continued with preparing and priming.
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Received the replacement skin for the right side of the elevator.
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Continued with removing the plastic on the rivet lines and test fitting the skin. Unfortunately with some issues.
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Installed the M4 rivnuts for the trim servo inspection panel.
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After a couple of busy weeks the skins of the elevator were next.
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The spar box channel was leaning on the hinge which needed some more investigation.
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