Having a heavy wing issue. I corrected some of it by rerigging the right aileron which was off by a good 1/8-1/2 inch. I flew today and while it's much improved it's still heavy on the left side.
Looking at my wing tips, they're not aligned with the ailerons, which are aligned with the flaps, which are aligned with the bottom of the fuselage. There's no control surface twists either, all the rivets line up. Here are a few pictures.
Here's the right side -
Here's the left side, which isn't off as much -
To me it makes sense to correct the right one first. Go fly and if I then have a heavy right wing then correct the left one.
I'm not 100% sure on the technique used to do all this. I'm guessing you just dremel across and 'split' the trailing edge. Then pull it up where it's level with the aileron. Then drill some reference holes to cleco later. Sand the inside flox back together and cleco to dry.
Does that sound about right? If I cut too much off when splitting can I fill with milled fiberglass vs flox or maybe use some fabric?