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 on: Today at 01:25:51 PM 
Started by Matt Spencer - Last post by Motorman
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 22 
 on: Today at 01:25:45 PM 
Started by Dwayne Donnelly - Last post by jfv
I've used these with success on classic size without any issues.  They have a safety lock and are easy to adjust.  Don't like the all metal ones.

http://shop.dubro.com/p/4-40-safety-lock-kwik-link-qty-pkg-12

 23 
 on: Today at 01:16:09 PM 
Started by Bootlegger - Last post by john e. holliday
Almost all epoxies take 24 hours for fullcure.

 24 
 on: Today at 01:10:02 PM 
Started by Tim Stagg - Last post by Tim Stagg
Steve,

Did you try the ones in Cambridge they are the closet and most likely the cheapest.

There is a Holiday Inn express, Comfort Inn and several local low budget places.

There is a Days Inn on the south side of Easton which a several folks stay at. About 35 minutes away

Call me if you need help

 25 
 on: Today at 12:59:25 PM 
Started by Bootlegger - Last post by Avaiojet
Charles;

  Z-poxy is Zap Products name for their finishing resin.  They also offer 'traditional' epoxies with varying cure times...  According to the manufacturer, it has a 20 - 30 minute working time, and a cure time of 3 hours.

r/
Dave

Dave,

Thanks for the reply.

Robert left his overnight?

What's the point of that if it cures in 3 hours? 

 26 
 on: Today at 12:52:11 PM 
Started by Dwayne Donnelly - Last post by John Park
Yes, those split connectors are fine - but don't ever use brass tubing, unless you can solder a lot better than I can!  I once had an elevator pushrod come apart through faulty soldering, and got away with it because (a) the model had flaps, (b) it was in level flight at the time, and (c) I had to keep it airborne for little more than a lap before the tank ran dry.  Oh, and I was also flying over grass, so the less-than-perfect landing did no damage.  If only I could always be that lucky...

Regards
John

 27 
 on: Today at 12:50:42 PM 
Started by bob jablonski - Last post by bob jablonski
With The great news that Black Hawk models is staying open I have expanded there selection in my shop. Including some Combat planes. We also have more RSM and Sig kits on the way. When they get here they will also be added.
Mr. Bob
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Grovertown, IN.
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 28 
 on: Today at 12:47:31 PM 
Started by keith varley - Last post by Steve Helmick
What is plural of GPS? GPSes? GPSi? Those of us that have one usually refer to it as "the female dog in the box", to put it politely. They're a great aid in navigating, but don't trust one 100%.  Devil Steve

 29 
 on: Today at 12:44:14 PM 
Started by REX1945 - Last post by john e. holliday
For training you should only be worried about the student getting over the dizzies while learning to take off, fly level and land.   The start doing climb and dives until they are doing wing overs.

 30 
 on: Today at 12:43:32 PM 
Started by bruce finley - Last post by Steve Helmick
Looking at the pictures, I was wondering if the outboard tip of the right side elevator centerline might be a bit above the stabilizer centerline?

Improved line tension will fix a lot of things. Not meaning more, but more consistent. Is there 1 >1.5 degrees or so of out-thrust in the engine? That would help, IMO. When the lines go slack, they get tight again much quicker. You'll need to adjust LO guide forward slightly to get the plane tracking tangent again. You do have adjustable LO's, right?   Huh Steve

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