Brief Description: VOR/LOC Coax, Comm 2 doubler riveting and click st
Installed a solder sleeve with ground wire on end of a 3 conductor 24 gauge shielded cable and removed a few inches of the sheild to expose the conductors. Termnated the ends of the wires with ring termnals and attached them to the nav/strobe terminal strip. This wire will be provide power to the terminal strip. I only needed 2 conductor wire since the sync wire isn't needed but I couldn't find two conductor 20 ga wire. Since the white wire isn't needed I cut it off flush with the shielding and covered it with shrink tubing. I then routed the cable through the spar and the RH gear tower.
Cut a red 20 gauge red wire long enough to reach from the wing tip, through the fuselage into the mid cabin underfloor, through the spar and RH gear tower and across to the VP-X Pro. Routed the wire and installed a section of expandable sleeveing/shrink wrap on it and the 3 conductor wire for the RH nav/stobe. Removed the wires and snap bushing through the fuselage. Opened up the hole for a larger snap bushing. Reinstalled with wires.
Installed a maile BNC connecter on the VOR/Localizer coax cable, clamped the male BNC to the outside of the fuselage. This will be a connection point for the VOR/Loc coax in the RH wing once the wings are installed. Rounted the cable through the spar and RH gear tower.
Dimpled, scuffed, clearned and primed the doubler for the RH comm antenna. Dimpled the holes in the lower skin for the RH comm antenna doubler using a close quarters dimpler. Riveted the RH comm antenna doubler in place. John Jablonski helped by installing each rivet and holding them in place with the backriveting bucking bar while I back riveted from inside.
Preped the skin and click stud for bonding. Mixed up the adhesive, applied it to the pad of the click stud and clicked in in place outboard of the RH comm antenna doubler for cure. This click stud will be used to attach an adel clamp to secure the OB wire bundle in the RH underfloor