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Old 08-20-2005, 03:04 PM
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Does anyone have another email address for the folks that make the diamond dust?

Ive tried the email addy given at the website and I have sent off 3 or 4 emails without a reply,maybe they dont want deal internationally or something but it would be nice to get a reply oneway or another!!!

this is the email address I have used
diamonddustrc@
diamonddustrc.com

if anyone can shed some light on this I'd appreciate it

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Old 08-20-2005, 11:50 PM
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Roger....call Morris Hobbies....they sell the DD. Do a Google search as well.
Usually the manufacturer only ships to retailers who in turn sell and ship to
the public. Look what they say about Austrailia.

http://www.morrishobbies.com/

Here's the link to the "Dust". [8D]

http://morrishobbies.com/product_inf...814d7b930a1e19

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Old 08-21-2005, 01:17 AM
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thanks Dave, I guess what threw me, is they advertise , kit, arc and arf prices which wholesalers/manufactures usually dont.. I must of mistook it for a company say like Jett engineering..still I would have thought an email redirecting me to a distributor would've been handy!!!
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Old 08-21-2005, 01:27 AM
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Oh my, I thought the Dust's only came as kits....

....there I go....thinking again. [sm=stupid.gif]

Where I fly, the ground is just like concrete....great if you have wheels....

....not so great if you don't. [] I just got a big delta up last week on maiden.
Delta are cool, but here you need wheels.

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I have a preferrence for planes with wheels too,and all of mine do although I got say I havent used them in everycase if you know what I mean[sm=eek.gif]

if/when I get a dust it's gonna be the first one without wheels.. down here there doesn't seem to be to many flying fields that use paved or hard surface runways..most are grass but then again Ive only been to 3 fields around my area
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The only time I ever flew of grass was back in the old c/l days, and we had
a blast....but when we went to the r/c planes we always looked for a paved
surface. This surface at the Dry Lake is really mostly clay, but just as hard as
cement when you plow one in. [X(]

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