I dutifully memorized the sole immediate-action item for this procedure, but I didn't look through the remaining steps or read the discussion in the NATOPS Flight Manual (NFM).
What does NFM stand for?
NFM stands for NATOPS Flight Manual
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According to the E-6B NATOPS Flight Manual, an "increase in control forces during low-temperature ground checks can be expected because of binding, cable seals, and congealed oil in the snubbers and bearings" Considering the rudder is hydraulically actuated, the NATOPS explanation could have accounted for the resistance, but my gut instinct told me differently.