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Jan 24, 2021
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My Cherokee 180 seems to have a heavy left wing and seems to fly in a slight slip. It's had the right wing off years ago and also has the full Horton stol kit which put vortex generators on the left side of the vertical stab. Finally getting around to rigging it. My dad rigged his 160 years ago, claims he might still have the tool to do it. Ive got the maintenance manual but haven't looked at it. Any tips? What am I getting into? Does any interior need to come out? Should I check cable tension first?

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