|Deburred and fluted, I Attached E-704 to E-703.|
|Then I went and found one of those lead weights (E-714) and the E-713 counterbalance skin.|
|Clecoed the thing together like this.|
|Now I need to #12 drill out those two holes in the end.|
|I started them with the hand drill.|
|But I finished drilling the lead with the drill press|
|Now I put the thing back together without the lead.|
|Clecoed the assembly to the E-702 spar.|
|And now I'm attaching the E-709 root rib.
Be careful when you do this step, the instructions say to drill #40 E-702 to E-709. I almost drilled it with a #30 since that's what I'm used to. These two parts will be riveted together with the same rivets that hold the skin on.
|This is why flush rivets are used in the attachment of E-709 to E-702, this elevator horn goes right over the top of it.|
|Final drill the skins|
|E-714 countersunk, E-713 dimpled.|
|It says to countersink these holes so I'm doing that with the deburring tool. It worked really well, I kept stopping and sticking a rivet in the hole until it was flush.|