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    Where can I find 1/2A scale landing gears?

    I am looking for 1/2A scale nose and main landing gears.
    The measures I need are . . .
    nosegear: overall 3 1/4" to 3 1/2", above coil 1 1/2", below coil about 2" and has to be steerable
    main gear: width of mounting plate 1", struts need to be around 1 3/4" long

    Please help, does anyone sell them this small?

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    I have found some amazing stuff in the electric ARF suppliers, I just got a great set of light and scale looking all metal electric retracts for $60ish.
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    This is what I bought for my "1/2a turbine". http://www.ebay.com/itm/FREEWING-ELE...item3cd9059f49
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    Ooh, nice find. They work okay?
    Sorry I'm late dear, I had to help my uncle Jack off his horse.

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    Actually yes, hit the button and they cycle! The metal parts are decently machined aluminum and for the price they are an amazing deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subarubrat View Post
    Actually yes, hit the button and they cycle! The metal parts are decently machined aluminum and for the price they are an amazing deal.
    Cool, I will pick up a set or two. I've been looking for an economical set I could try grafting into a delta.
    Sorry I'm late dear, I had to help my uncle Jack off his horse.

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