This evening I back drilled a 1.3 meter length of aluminium angle to match the rudder trailing edge, in preparation for gluing the rear axe wedge in between the two rudder skins. I started by rubbing back the inside surfaces of the rudder skins with scotch bright and then wiping clean with thinners. I then did the same to the axe wedge itself. With this completed I then heated the small container of proseal with a heat gun to make it pliable and then mixed in the black catalyst.
Each of the stiffener angles was then give a blob of proseal and then the wedge was thinly coated with proseal on each side using a paddle pop stick, I then used my gloved hand to wipe off excess proseal from each side of the wedge leaving just a thin dark grey coating. The wedge was then inserted in between the rudder skins and clecoed into place. I then heated the skins with the heat gun to help the thicker areas of proseal escape from between the skins to leave a smooth strait trailing edge (I hope). Now to let it set for a day or two, I'll check back tomorrow night to see how its going.
The proseal aftermath, not too bad really, just use lots of gloves as it does go everywhere
The axe wedge installed after being smeared with proseal and clecoed to a strait aluminium angle
Every hole with a cleco holding the skins firmly in place against the strait angle