I finished pulling the wingtip conduit in the right wing then moved on to the skins. First up was fabricating the wing walk doublers, then match drilling them to the inboard top skins.
To skin the wings I used all but two of my silver clecos... 498 of them in action!
|the blue protective film on the skins looks quite dramatic|
|skins coming out of the crate|
|match drilling the wing walk doubler skin to the wing skin|
|starting to fit the top skins to the wings|
|fitting the top skins to both wings|
|bottom skins in place|
|truing the wing to take out any twist|
|after some adjustment each wing was true|
|The wing skins are made up of two overlapping pieces joined by a double row of rivets|
|marking out the locations for the scarf joints|