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Yep, this should work. When I get ready to drill the trailing edge, the weight of the boards that holds the skins down will also force the trailing edge down onto the aluminum angle. In turn the aluminum angle will force the edge to be straight. Then when it comes time to rivet, I will proseal the wedge into the trailing edge and re-cleco everything back onto the previously drilled aluminum angle. I will let the proseal dry for 48 hours before final riveting.

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