Brief Description: Attachment Angles and Tank Baffle
Remove the angles and drill & rivet the nutplates to them, then bolt them in place on the front of the main wing spar. Cleco the T-702 Baffle to the forward side of the T-712 Attach Angles. Check to see that the centerlines on the angles are visible through the holes in the baffle. Cleco the seventh attach angle to the tank baffle between the baffle and the spar. Verify that you can see the centerline on the angle through the holes in the baffle and the spar. Back drill through the spar for the three AN3 bolts that attach the angle to the spar. Do not drill the other four holes through the baffle to the angles yet. Install the three nutplates on the aft side of the spar.
Getting to the nut plates was not easy and I had to drill out one of the rivets, sitting proud. I also did not like to way the attached angle was fitting, so I had to replace it with one from the left wing. Then are just a couple of bucks from Van's. I think I will order about ten of them. I fitted the baffle closely measuring 1-1/16" between the baffle rivet hole and the leading edge skin. Seemed to work well. I had to elongate the center baffle holes slightly. I do not like this technique. I will work a little different on the left wing.