Didn’t take nearly enough pictures today so I will have to rectify that on the next trip to the hangar
Chipping away at the mountain
I decided in the month of September to have a goal of getting all of the flight controls finished and maybe even rigged.
So today is elevator horn work
There is a technical bulletin out on the horizontal stabilizer on the Cruzer.
Mine is still removable so the fix is fairly simple. After several frustrating attempts to get the parts from Zenith I just bought what I needed to do the fixes myself from Aircraft Spruce. (Arg).
Took off the tail…
Next is a hinge extension.
And then finally I need to make a skin doubler for the front. I bought a 4×4 sheet and will make it out of this. I needed and excuse to have a little scrap left over for some cover plates anyway.
Lot’s of 20 minutes here, 20 minutes there this week.
I forgot some holes in a very tight spot. Had to take a stubby drill bit and cut it to the shortest length I could manage and still make it turn in my right angle attachment on my drill.
I love it when hacks work out!
It’s Memorial Day weekend and it’s “finish these 5 things that no one would ever notice. But I’m here at the airport putting one foot in front of the other.
Stole this idea from the internet. Noggin protection.
Wasn’t feeling motivated today, but I came out anyway. Actually spent more time cleaning the hangar than anything, but some progress was made anyway.
Very happy with the access panel work today. Adding two on the side channels where the flaperon controls go, and two in the baggage floor.
Dremel tools are so useful!