Position the fuel supply line near to the AN816-6D Nipple Tube/Pipe fitting. Mark the tube for cutting.
44-5. Steps 1, 2, 3, & 4
Mark an entry point of your choice on the F-1070-L Mid Fuselage Side Skin for the pitot line. This hole will be drilled after wing removal but prior to final assembly.
Trim each end of the VA-256 Flap Pushrod. Deburr and if necessary clean up the threads with a 1/4-28 UNF tap.
With the flaps not yet installed on the wing, fully extend (flaps up position) the ES 85615-10 Flap Motor. If not already in place install the CM-4M rod end bearing into the flap.
Install a jam nut onto the rod end bearing mounted in the flap. Install the VA-256 Flap Pushrod onto the rod end bearing mounted in the flap. Install a jam nut onto the rod end bearing that will eventually mount in the WD-1013B Flap Horn then install them into the other end of the flap pushrod.
Install the flap onto the wing. Trim the inboard edges of the flap skins if/as req'd to allow the flap to rotate into position and to create a 1/16 minimum gap between flap and fuselage. Rotate the flap upward until its inboard leading edge makes solid contact with the W-1007C Rear Spar Doubler Plate and temporarily support the flap-in this position.
Rotate the Flap Pushrod Assembly up into the WD-1013B Flap Horn clevis and check for fit. Adjust if/as req'd the length of the flap push rod assembly until it can be bolted to the flap horn using the hardware. Don't forget the two washers that straddle the rod end bearing inside the flap horn clevis. To optimize flap pushrod WD-1013B clearance it may be necessary to place both washers to one side of the rod end bearing. Operate the flap and check for interference. Tighten the jam nuts.
We spent most of the time adjust all the pushrods so that all the ailerons and flaps work per plans. Brad adjust the pushrod and aileron stops on the roll servo.