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    helicopter work stand

    hello all any one use this stand from tower 119.99 is a little high priced for me
    anyone know of a cheaper one
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    RE: helicopter work stand

    A good lap and when running the blades up to track them, some dive weights and block of plywood across the skids to hold it down. LOL.
    Never had the money or desire to use a work stand.
    If ya ain't breakin it, ya ain't drivin hard enough.
    Too much power, no such thing.

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    RE: helicopter work stand

    i was thinking of making one from a mini camera tripod for the swivel head
    part/ base old cookie sheet these little screws can be a pain in the you
    know what to hold on to
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    RE: helicopter work stand

    I used to have the same problem, but solved it by magnetizing my screwdrivers and allen keys that are used on my RC's. I just took a magnet from a worn out car motor, and stroked the shank of the screwdriver with it going in one direction only.
    If ya ain't breakin it, ya ain't drivin hard enough.
    Too much power, no such thing.


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