When I fitted my HS I found that the inboard edges interfered with the fuselage when it was bolted on. Had I allowed 1/4 inch extra they would have been fine. As it is I had to file out the flanges to prevent it chaffing on the fuse skin. I dont have a photo but can take one if it would help.
Lining up the elevator and rudder rod ends and installing the bolts is hell fiddly too. I dont think there is an easy way. The camlock instal tool is hand for putting over the bolts and squeezing them into the bracket / rod end hinge points.
TO DO : The two forward facing bolts and an extra hole / bolt need to be installed / torqued. Gonna do it at the same time as I fit the pitot static. Chains for the tailwheel steering.
The fuselage gets narrower every time I crawl in. Hopefully this will be the last.
sb06-9-20.pdf Trim Cable Anchor Service Bulletin
WD-415-1 TRIM CABLE ANCHOR $8.60
Bugger ! This is a PIA - I just got done installing the elevator and would rather not mess with it. If, however, that were to snap off it could lead to a fatal loss of control. It really should be retro fit.To make matters more complicated the trim cable is too short by about a half inch at the quadrant. The turn into the HS end rib is quite sharp. If slack were found in the cable it would mean securing the quadrant end to the forward not the aft section of the spar carry through bulkhead - nasty fiddly stuff.
The elevator control stop setup is shown in DWG 30 and the limits are 30 up / down.