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D/C F20 - need help!

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Old 06-29-2003, 04:11 AM
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Default D/C F20 - need help!

Hi,
Just got the model and looking at Step/Figure 26 in the instructions which shows three pieces. Anyone know what the two upper pieces in the photo are and where they go?

Not clear to me from the instructions.

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Old 06-29-2003, 10:30 PM
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Default D/C F20 - need help!

I have the instructions and don't see a Step 26..is this the .40 sized kit, or the ARF??
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40 size ARC -Direct Connection F20.
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Default D/C F20 - need help!

Oh, OK I was looking at the kit instructions..sorry, I can't help you.
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Old 06-29-2003, 10:50 PM
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Default D/C F20 - need help!

What engine, prop retracts are you using?

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Old 06-29-2003, 11:09 PM
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Default D/C F20 - need help!

None..it's just a kit in a box right now.
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Default I have the book in my hand....

....but the plane plane is next door....
....I think they are the braces for the servo tray.
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Default After a look at the plane....

....the main servo tray is already in place....

....so it's the parts you would use...."if " you were to
cut the wing for a retract servo.....

( I knew I'd get it sooner or later )

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Default D/C F20 - need help!

Thanks,

After looking at it for a while I came to the same conclusion!

What engine do you use and how fast does it go?

Thanks again,

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Default My DC F-20 is in the pile....

....I fly the Cermark .40 and .60 size F-20's....

....The .40 runs a long pipe Rossi .45....

....about a buck and a quarter, or so....
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