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aileron stops clamped and tacked
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aileron stops clamped and tacked

Calculating the angle and making the jig to hold everything in place probably took much longer than actually making the stops and welding them in place. The extra tube in the floor is to help support someone placing full weight on the planned carbon composite floorboard here. This is one of the few places someone could do that so it warranted a bit of reinforcement.
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