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Old 09-29-2008, 08:44 AM
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I think when I asked for the plans he let me know that they got lost on an old computer or something. Hopefully I'm remembering correctly.
Thank You, that is correct.
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Old 12-11-2008, 03:33 AM
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hi..could you send me a copi of the plans please ...not many air boat plans here down under rh1946@hotmail.com thanks bob
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Old 12-11-2008, 09:15 AM
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[link=http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_8234813/tm.htm]PLANS[/link] Link connect to post of plans with pics for .40 - .46 puller. I do not have plans to email anyone. Thanks every one for your interest in RC Airboats
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Old 12-13-2008, 05:25 AM
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I just have read through all these posts and most people seam to be asking for plans for the 32" simple build, But I don't see any building. It is easy, just down load the plans from the Cajun Gator site and start building. It took me two weekends to build ,it took longer to paint.







I made the plans 25% bigger and put my .46 rossi on it and it runs better than I thought it would. I'm still smiling.


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Old 12-13-2008, 05:33 AM
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Oh I forgot here is a short vid of the first test run.

[link=http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=kROH2_G6ays&feature=channel_page]First test run[/link]
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Old 12-13-2008, 12:33 PM
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Nice work.

Also, very interesting throttle! Good job on everything.
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Old 12-13-2008, 09:24 PM
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You are very welcome, and thank you, this makes me very happy to see success from the build plans. Looks like scaling the plans up 25% work out great. the 32" plans guys I do not have those anymore, lost with the computer they were on. As we just seen the plans can be scaled to the size boat you are wanting, these are basic plans and they can be modified, to the style of choice.
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Old 12-15-2008, 12:50 PM
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It’s not hard to scale plans if they have dimensions

1. Convert all dimensions to a single number for it to work properly (2'-8"=32" )
2. Select the length or width you want (24" )
3. Divide the length you want by the length on the plans (24/32=0.75)
4. Take that number and multiply every dimension on the drawing by it (32x0.75=24)
Take not of witch way the number is going you may have to reveres the order or divide instead of multiply to get the correct dimension
This works for scaling up or down (32/24=1.333)
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Old 12-16-2008, 01:37 AM
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Well Mr Pinky D Brain My boat proves your theory .
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i would like a copy of that plan im just now gettin into rc and was told a flat bottom air boat would be a good start consider im into airboats mudtracker@hotmail.com
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Old 03-17-2010, 12:37 AM
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Hi, i have a spare .40 engine and want to put it on an airboat. 32" sounds good. If you still have the blue prints, please shoot me a copy, Thanks, Tom. 
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oops, should have read more, you dont have plans any more! discard my first post.
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People please understand that Mr. Cajun Gator cannot E-mail you the plans. YOU can down load the plans for yourself at the link at Post #76. Mr. Cajun Gator would send you the plans if he could. Anyone who knows him or has dealt with him knows he will do whatever he can to help you. Build the boat and you will have a blast with it. There aren't any airboats out here that aren't a lot of fun. Some just take a little more work than others. Some have a different setup than a full size airboat but it is ALL fun. Dennis
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:Would you please send me plans for 32" airboat. Thanks in advance, Leonard Leothp@netins.net
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read post #86
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Would like to try the boat plans really like to bild RC.s tricponi@yahoo.com
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READPOST86 THENGOTOPOST76 ANDDOWNLOADPLANS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Would like to try the boat plans really like to bild RC.s tricponi@yahoo.com
Here ya' go. [link=http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_8234813/tm.htm]plans[/link]
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Old 12-02-2010, 06:26 AM
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People please understand that Mr. Cajun Gator cannot E-mail you the plans. YOU can down load the plans for yourself at the link at Post #76. Mr. Cajun Gator would send you the plans if he could. Anyone who knows him or has dealt with him knows he will do whatever he can to help you. Build the boat and you will have a blast with it. There aren't any airboats out here that aren't a lot of fun. Some just take a little more work than others. Some have a different setup than a full size airboat but it is ALL fun. Dennis
I know the OP is old, but can Mr. Cajun Gator get in to edit it, posting a link to the plans thread (Which I've built from...awesome!) to keep those that don't read from posting their plan req's?



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could u please send me a copey of your planes thank u bates517@frontiernet.net
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yes i would like the plans my address is whosyourdaddy5757@msn.com..thank you rick
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hi my name is rick sterling..i would like a copy of the plans of a airboat my address is whosyourdaddy5757@msn.com thankyou for your time
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I would love a set of plans for oyur 32" flatbottom airboat. pcbeard@cox.net

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Apparently there is still a crowd of people that can't read.
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HEREISTHEPOSTAGAINYOUMUSTDOWNLOADYOURSELFNOPLANSWI LLBESENTTOYOU


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