Does anyone know how long the L angles are supposed to be for the trim servo support?  ie, do they extend all the way under the leading edge of the aileron, or just up to the leading edge of the trim servo?

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Comment by Rebecca Anne Shipman on December 12, 2011 at 10:15pm

Hi Peter - drawing 6-ATO-1 shows the L angles that support the trim servo extend up to but not under the leading edge of the aileron.  They also go under the trim channel support.  I have one rivet on the L angle between the leading edge of the servo and the leading edge of the aileron.  Hope that helps.

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