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Old 11-20-2020, 11:11 PM
vinzer vinzer is offline
 
Join Date: Aug 2017
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Just wanted to share in this thread since I began it about a year ago.

Few days ago I have passed my pre-cover inspection for empennage and wings.
First I got inspector assigned by MD-RA and then we scheduled date with him to meet.

Inspector turned out to be extremely knowledgeable and very nice to talk with person. He is also an RV builder and now works on his RV-9. His RV-6 is already built and flying.

After inspecting each and every part of my wings and empennage he found that there are some rivets required to be replaced, some needs to be set little more. In general no issues nor critical mistakes were found in my built.

Now I have to get some things fixed, get snag sheet filled and may proceed with closure of my parts.

Next step after closure will be fuselage
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