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Old 05-01-2017, 09:10 AM
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Hey Guys, Just trying to get a feel for how this build is going to be, from what I've been reading it seems the pull/pull setups are difficult.. , I have a Morris Knife Kit I've been looking to build for a while, I finally decided to give it a go, and never realized the plans weren't in it. So now Im kicking myself for assuming they were on the "Bottom". If anyone out there has a set of plans, digital or print, It would definitely be appreciated! This is more of a sentimental build as I flew one as a kid and wrecked it after 200+ hours with a saito FA-50. Now 15 years later, I want to revisit my childhood. Good Times!!

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks guys!!

Mike

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Old 05-02-2017, 05:19 PM
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Don't use pull pull it sucks. Use long 4-40 rods strapped to the fuse with landing gear straps.
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Hey thanks for the response, the original one i had used the pull pull, but thanks for the tip. Anyone know where or who may have some plans for this kit?
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