Damazio family's RV-10 project
Another section that had almost nothing left to do from the QuickBuild - the only two tasks were to countersink a pair of holes (one in each aileron) and then select the attachment hardware:
Countersunk hole with attachment hardware
Total aileron time: 0.9h
Total aileron rivets: 0
Rodrigo Damazio Bovendorp
August 08, 2016
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Santa Clara, CA, USA
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