Brief Description: Prepare right top wing skins for riveting
Countersunk the screw holes along the inboard edge, except for the aft-most one, which was dimpled. Then countersunk the #40 hole for the wing walk. Next, removed the skins, doublers, and J-stringers and cleaned up the edges of the doublers and J-stringers. Deburred holes and then used a squeezer to dimple the J-stringers. Removed the remaining blue plastic from the doublers and stringers and the inner surfaces of the skins. Used a file to cut down the overlapping corner of the skins per the directions and then primed the area where the alclad had been removed. Dimpled the skins in a C-frame tool, except the aft row of holes, the outboard holes (for the wingtip) on the outboard skins, and holes previously countersunk. Then I removed the remaining blue plastic from the skins (setting them in ths sun to heat the plastic and then using the pipe section used for bending the empennage leading edges worked extremely well) and clecoed everyrhing back to the structure in preparation for riveting.