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    Re-kitting an ARF?

    Back in the day some 25+ years ago when we crashed, it was know as "Re-kitting". In the spirit of the ARF's of today when we crash an ARF have we in essence "Re-ARF'd" it?????
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    RE: Re-kitting an ARF?

    maybe.
    but I think ther may not be much "almost" left in 'em
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    RE: Re-kitting an ARF?

    Wow, now THAT was an awesome answer
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    RE: Re-kitting an ARF?

    bARFing................

    I can see this thread going down hill fast



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    RE: Re-kitting an ARF?

    You can tell an old pilot from a new by mentioning a plane snapping, or re-kitting.
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    RE: Re-kitting an ARF?

    We say we BARFed too, at least some of us at my club. Jon
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    RE: Re-kitting an ARF?

    When you bARF a ARF, just get a styrofoam ice chest and glue the wings on it, dump the flight pack inside, put the lid on it and go fly.

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    RE: Re-kitting an ARF?

    We call it up here "Rebuilt ARF, or Bashed." Anything else would kind of sound like it was stated out of disrespect.
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