The right top skin is in place and fully ready to rivet. Bekah and I will be taking our time this week to rivet a bit each evening. We are going to use the standard shoot and buck method. Using the Avery Swivel flush set and a tungsten bucking bar to make those top skin rivets as smooth as possible. I am using post-its to hold each rivet in place; this way I get all rivets into the holes flush before even starting to rivet. I did this on the empennage and it worked very well. Lots of post-its though, but I am able to reuse them so it makes it worth it for me. Right now I have a cleco in every other hole and a rivet in every other hole. We are ready to go.
The Right tank is being pressure tested now.. Hopefully it passes, or else it might impact our riveting this week..