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Maybe it won’t be the case with yours but I think you might find that with nuts positioned aft, the bolts will interfere with the rudder.
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Maybe it won’t be the case with yours but I think you might find that with nuts positioned aft, the bolts will interfere with the rudder.
Thank you, Scott! I am sure they will interfere...haha. I pulled it off shortly after this photo to finish the F-781 Vert. Stab. plate so I will reverse those bolts at your recommendation! Thank you again! Any helpful hints like this in advance are appreciated.
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