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Drilling Pilot Holes for Anchor Nuts
Jerry

Drilling Pilot Holes for Anchor Nuts

I already have the match-drilled holes drilled for the hinge on the one elevator. I'm now drilling on the back-side of the metal, through the holes where the rivets go on the anchor nuts. (see Tony Bingelis' book on how to do this - the riveting of the anchor nuts.) After this I'll need to use the counter-sink tool then use cherry rivets to attach anchor nuts to elevators.
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