Attached the static line to the static port in the bottom of the right cabin half. fine tuned the routing of the lower sight gauge fuel line and added a section of spiral wrap to it to protect from chaffing. Double checked everything under and behind the cabin in preparation for installing the left side.
Applied three velcro strips to the bottom of each foot well carpet piece and stuck them down.
Pinstriped the back section of the left cabin half, opened up all the screw holes with the stepped bit to clean out the paint. Taped up the edges of the right cabin half and on the frame where the left half would slide past to prevent scratches.
Installed the left cabin half. Only put it a few of the screws on the bottom since it will likely need opened up during the checkout so the check pilot can inspect everything. Placed an adel clamp on one of the rear, bottom screws securing the fuel line up away from the control mixer.
The paint lines on the front of the two cabin haves do not form a straight line since they were painted apart, so I had to remove some of the pin striping I had already done on the right side front then pinstriped the front using the width of the stripe to fix the mismatched angles. Luckily, the 1/8" stripe was just enough to correct the mismatch and give a nice looking, straight line across the nose.