Originally Posted by Dennis Harm
Due to not paying attention to directions I dimpled the top flanges of the inboard ribs that attach to the wing walk doublets. These rib holes are counter sunk on the top inboard wing skins. Should I flatten the dimples out or leave as is, thanks Dennis
Assuming you did not machine countersink the skins, I recommend you dimple the wing skin, the doubler and the wing ribs. Not only is this much easier to do, I believe it is a stronger joint. The rivets come out perfect on the top skin so there is no downside. You will need to use a longer rivet then Vanís calls for in the plans - but there are many places where this happens.
If you already countersunk the skins then yes, use your squeezer to flatten out the rib dimples.