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I was thinking of putting lightening holes in all the nose ribs [see the green dot]...


If the LE was alum', then I wouldn't bother, but with the LE being ply that is glued on forming a rigid D-cell, it looks like there will be plenty of real estate holding everything together. Do any of you more engineer types have any advice?


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