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When I wrote the previous note I didn't realize that to replace those 
screws one has to have access to both the fromt and aft sides of the 
bearing flange. I spent the afternoon removing things. I worked until I 
had a clear access for the removal of the screws. I had to remove the 
canard, the forward top access plate on the keel (the one that Chris 
Brock referrs to), the elevator push tube, the stick, and the pilot's 
side intercom lines. Murphy"s law was at work and I managed to route the 
intercom lines where they blocked access to the aft end of the top screw.

With the above items removed and the nose gear retracted. it is then 
possible for two people to make the switch.

Don Royer