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Once you have got this far, you know what these are.  The only difference is when you cut these out, you will have a couple short pieces "left over".  Hang onto these, they are the 720Hs.

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When you are making the 720J, K and L out of D, E and F, be sure and cut the required amount off the AFT side of the stiffener.  The AFT side is the pointed side.  Don't ask me how I know:-)

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Be sure and mark your stiffeners to indicated which side of the skin they go on.  I used a sharpie pen as the ink bleeds through primer after it dries.

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Once again, be sure and mark the stiffeners very well.  I marked these short ones (H) to indicate fore and aft along with identifying which holes they went with, thus the single, double and triple lines.  A word of note, be sure and position these opposite from the ones on the other side of the skin.  Since these do not have a tapered tip, it is easy to cleco these on with the flanges on the same side.

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My way of holding the platenuts flush with the trim access reinf. plate.  The cleco on the one side positions the holes properly.

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