More holes to fill
Then we applied a fillet of sealant over the top to permanently seal it all up.
This is the gap beside the outboard seatbelt mount this will be filled using the same method as before.
This is the hole below the outboard seatbelt mount, Joey Just made a little right angled plate and pop riveted it in place and sealed it up with RVT Sealant.
This is how Joey filled Richard's Sierra Fuel tank hole, He is using "Speedtape" which is thick aluminium sticky backed tape which is used on Aircraft so if its safe for that, it's bound to be good enough for this silly hole.
We think that this cut should not be made in the kit, most people opt not to use the Donor's tank so surely they could cut the hole to suit themselves, I bet it need's quite a bit of sealing anyway. .
This is the finished job nice and light and fully waterproof..
Next thing was to fit the passenger tunnel panel, it was all wet assembled with RVT and pop rivetted.
So now the front and rear passanger panels are fitted for good, now we can set about clipping the Fuel and Brake pipes and the Loom in position in the tunnel.