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Old 06-13-2011, 10:57 AM
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I have a crashed cub 40 size Hanger9 it busted back to the rear side glass I need help all the pieces were not with it when I got it and I dont know how to continue without a plan do any of you have a template or plan I can get dimensions from or do I need to by the fuse from hanger9 any help would help Thanks Terry
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Old 06-28-2011, 11:08 PM
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Terry did you take a look at the manual;

[link=http://www.hangar-9.com/ProdInfo/Files/HAN4000-Manual.pdf]H9 J3 Cub 40 ARF[/link]
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Old 06-29-2011, 05:23 AM
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ORIGINAL: Kostas1
Terry did you take a look at the manual;
I'm sure that he did. The manual does not include a template or plan for rebuilding the fueslage from the side windows forward.

Did your WYSIWIG editor go nuts or were you working that hard to be condenseding toward the OP with color, font size, and bold changes without reading their post?



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I have a crashed cub 40 size Hanger9 it busted back to the rear side glass I need help all the pieces were not with it when I got it and I dont know how to continue without a plan do any of you have a template or plan I can get dimensions from or do I need to by the fuse from hanger9 any help would help Thanks Terry
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Old 06-29-2011, 05:25 AM
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Unfortunately, ARFs don;t come with plans so if you don't have another fuse to use as a template it will be very dificult to repair if that much is missing. Unless you're David Bradford that is. I would just order a whole new fuse from H9.
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I wanted to say that reading the manual and looking at the assembly pictures may help you build what you need from scratch!
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Old 07-16-2011, 07:50 AM
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Hum I think I know David Bradford maybe I will ask him for help if he is not to busy building them giants he flys.
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Oh and by the way the post said I have a crashed cub not I crashed my cub lol I dont have anything but a busted up airplane so I ordered plans for a taylor cub looks the same maybe I can use the wings I got and build a fuse? And hey K Bob with silent K does( by) add to that somewhere
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