You take out the trim at about the time you go to power idle when doing OEI landings. Since the bad engine is feathered, going to a flat pitch on the good engine makes it yaw the other way at the same time you have to add landing flaps. It’s a fun ride when you pop out out at minimums.The one thing that I keep trying to wrap my head around is the rudder trim deal. I’ve never thought about it when I had the opportunity, but in the sim — 200 and 350 — the instructors have told me to take out the rudder trim before landing OEI because it’s a bear on the ground. I’ve got to try this in the plane because there’s a disconnect somewhere. If it’s an issue, how can the pilots not know?