Seems like forever since I worked on the plane. Had to take a week off for my annual recurrent school in the Citation. Anyhow, got back to working on rudder stops. Before I left, I had finished the right side. The left went much faster. I cut the stop for a 33 degree deflection. At full deflection, it left a clearance of 1.2” between the rudder and the elevator trim. Next I connected the rudder cables to the rudder horn and then to the rudder pedals. Then I connected the rudder cables to the eyebolts on the firewall. For spacers on the eyebolts, I used 7 washers on the inside of the firewall and 6 on the outside. Rudder swings smoothly without issue.