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Old 08-12-2017, 11:28 AM
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I would not reject an entire airplane based on this single photo. Seems harsh to me
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Old 08-12-2017, 11:58 AM
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edit-this trim servo is located farther inboard than my 7. I has a foot on both sides of the pivot lever riveted to the trim tab. Is this all wrong or is it a different design on other RV models?
That probably started with the Pre-Punched versions of the tail kits.

I still think this is a -6 that was built before the pre-punched (PP) stuff came out.

The original trim tab horn was completely different. Stolen pic of a early RV-6 after a minor repair -



You will notice this horn location puts the control rod/cable further inboard than the current designs.


I also think instant rejection is a bit harsh, but a full detailed inspection of the rest of the aircraft would be warranted.
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