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Old 12-09-2002, 11:13 PM
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Anybody out there got a couple of TD .010 props they can part with....preferably black nylon? I broke 3 grey plastic ones trying to get a handle on the Nano Bipe. Sell? Trade?
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Milton,
I believe Tim Dannels (who publishes the EJC I gave the address to you a while back) has a load of 010 props for sale. Try contacting him.

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Tower Hobbies has them in stock. Cheap
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Thanks guys!
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Milton,
I have a couple , I may come out to the feild this weekend(maybe)
You can order them from Cox/estes. They are very inexpensive and are the black nylon (very flexible) would be hard to break one of these if you end up breaking one of these you have probably buried the aircraft it was on!I am mailing Jeremy a fresh 010 with prop I will put an extra in there for you.
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Hi Brian!

Thanks for the offer. I ordered a few from Tower this morning so I guess I'm OK now. Hope to see 'ya this weekend, weather permitting. You really need to see the "Nano Bipe" and the "Cornbread" fly....your kinda machines!

Milton

ps: Brian & I have been tweaking on the "Spin Doctor" and it's REALLY flying great now. He's somehow convinced me that I have a huge amount of spare time and that my life will somehow be enriched if I draft it up in CAD for his upcoming construction article. I don't really remember how it happened; a couple of his cheap vodka martinis and the world sorta slid away! Anyway, whenever it's finished, I'll give you a shout.
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That would be great!
I will have to lay-off on the building a little to parlay some time for that spin doctor project.I built 2 planes last week. A 4.2 oz (flying weigt) fun fly. and a speed 280(geared) size profile fun fly 10.5 oz, not alot of power ,may slap on an 049.
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