The guy who owned my 6 had installed a new wingtip and it was way off from the aileron it needed to be split too. It freaked me out a bit to have to do that being new to RVs but apparently itís pretty common and the builder had had to do it on the original when it was built.
New owners A&P when replacing the tip had no idea and just installed it out of the box. It amazes me the things I see A&Ps miss on RVs that a good RV builder will pick up in seconds.
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