Do wing attach fittings of semi-cantilevered plane(eg a wire braced ultralight) ever get subjected to shear force?(for example during roll,does the centrifugal force of the wings load the wing attach fittings with shear?).
Don't forget the DC-2 & 3,:ban: I don't know the number bolts the DC-2 took but because of the DC2 1/2 I suspect it's the same number per wing for both aircraft something like 328 per side.lol, with Beechcraft excluded from the way planes are generally designed.
Not harbor freight ones, then! Decent screwdrivers are made of alloy steel, should take a lot of shear!A & P friend of mine was doing an annual on a certified strut braced high wing plane the year after a total rebuild. When he took off one wings root fairing he was surprised to see two screwdrivers holding the wing on instead of bolts.