The ailerons on the RV10 are connected to the control system by push rods. This gives them a tight, connected feel, with a light touch and no slop… compared to a wire and pully system in some other planes.
I started by creating the main push rods that go from the wing root to the bellcrank, then the push rod that goes from the bellcrank to the aileron. Next, I needed to fabricate the torque tube that sits at the root of the wing. The directions tell you to connect a WD-1014C torque tube collar to another piece. The problem is that you need to fabricate this part, and the instructions don’t tell you what to make it from, or the dimensions of the part. Luckily, searching some fellow RV10 builder’s sites let me to the answer. There is some raw tubing that simple gets cut in half to create the two WD1014C’s.
Next, I worked on installing the bellcranks into the wing. I had some additional work to do on this step as I’m installing a TruTrak autopilot servo in the right wing. Again, the instructions for this were pretty straight forward.