|I went to my son's open house at school tonight. Didn't get back until
well after 9:00. Worked until about 11:30.
Now that both the left and right horizontal stabilizers are
"constructed", time to take them all apart. I found that if you
remove the clecos from the leading edge and work backwards to the trailing
edge leaving three clecos along the trailing edges of both the top and
bottom, and then remove the trailing edge clecos on one side while holding
everything, it's not as difficult as removing the leading edge clecos
last. This is because the skin wants to flex back into its original shape
and it has a lot of leverage along the leading edge which makes it
difficult to remove clecos.