|The hole is not quite as large as it was but its still 3/4" deep and actually has more room for your fingers than the original. I suppose I could have modified the glare shield and moved it even further aft but I don't think its necessary.
|Oh yea, I took the engine to and engine shop in Oregon last week so that they could install the prop governor drive gears that were left out by Avian. I asked them to run the engine as well if they could.
|I did some work on the panel as well. The lower console is fitted and drilled to the upper panel. I installed it in the airplane to make sure it all fits nicely. Next up for this area is to drill the lower console to the tunnel screw locations.
|As I mentioned above....we got a little snow this week. 2 full snow days and 2 that were iffy.
|An inside view of the housing. Notice that the bottom of the housing actually hooks below the glare shield and the tapered part facing forward is there so I can drill a hole and run my wiring down into the avionics bay.
|This is the forward side of the door. In those cavities the door pin guides get installed.
|This is the aft side door pin cavities.