25 to 30-years ago, my wing kit came with an airfoil shape drawn inside the lid of the wing kit. Instructions said to cut it out and use it to set the wings level with the fuselage. Once the rear spar is match drilled with the fuselage, the tool should not be needed again.
The PDF attached to this thread has the same methods of setting the rest of the airplane up that my plans had. The only difference was the wing.
Gary A. Sobek
NC25 RV-6 Flying
Where is N157GS
Building RV-8 S/N: 80012
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