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[February 16, 2007]


Before I get to the good jucy stuff from todays accomplishments, here is something totally unrelated - my stubby clecos from Avery. I have run into a few occations where my frill or squeezer conflicts with a necessary cleco, so these half height ones should fix those occations. They cost about twice as much as a normal cleco ($0.75 ea).


Just a comparison. They have the same depth and spring force as a normal cleco, from what I can tell.


OK, onto the real story. My dad came over and we blew out the right outboard top skin in 1.5 hours flat. We totally had a system down and were able to cruise through it. All thats left is the rear and inboard clecos.


Completely opposite of the right side, I unclecoed the left skin and also losened all of the screws holding on the tank. This is so I can work through readjusting the spar to get any twist out.


These rivets are the most inboard ones on the top aft. A no-hole yoke barely got them.



The right top skin totally done. I unclamped the rear spar supports and checked for any twists.....good new, no twists!

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