My 750 plans show a 75W4-7 Inboard rear channel Angle.  The plans seem to show this angel in front of the rear channel and behind the 75W3-44 Rear Root Doubler, but the Angle would have to be modified to prevent it from blocking the fuel line opening.  Can anyone confirm the correct location of the Angle ?   Thanks.

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75W4-7 (I/B Rear Channel Angle) goes on the top rear of 75W4-4 (I/B Rear Channel) and 75W3-4 (Rear Root Doubler) goes on the forward of 75W4-4. In other words, the Rear Channel is sandwiched between the Channel Angle and the Root Doubler. The Channel Angle intrudes very slightly into the fuel line opening and is quickly and easily filed to clear it -- at least that's how I did it.

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