I am building a 750. I have the rudder and elevator finished. I have the right wing bottom skined,and am ready to rivit the top skin. I haven't been priming the parts or using corrosion protection. I live in the middle of Michigan and the plane will always be hangered at home. The only time it should get wet is when I wash it.  Now am wondering if I should be priming inside before I finish riviting. Any suggestions?


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Thanks for all the info everyone.


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