Brief Description: More challenges with nose rib 1
Roger at ZAC told me that I could place the two angles on either side of the rib, even it that meant stacking them. The trick is that the short flange of the long angle must be right over bolt holes, both top and bottom. The bolt holes that align are on the outboard side of the web, but that places the flange over open space in the wing root doubler. If you look closely at the 2nd photo you can see about how much is exposed. I'm going to call Roger again and see if two bolts and four rivets toward the two ends of the part will be sufficient. BTW, my reason for not flipping it over and putting on the inboard side is that the bolt holes don't come close to aligning, and adding bolt holes where needed would violate the minimum edge distance for the new and existing bolts.
New holes drilled for the fuel line
The challenge of placing the long nose rib angle over open space