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    PST Panther Parts

    I had a little woops while taxing and bent the carbon steel rod that goes from the retract to the strut. I Can't get ahold of anybody from PST and I'm wondering if anybody know where I can buy a few of whats in the picture?

    Dale

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    RE: PST Panther Parts

    Sent you a PM.
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    RE: PST Panther Parts

    I had Robarts that had a pin that looked like that. Bent like that too. Hard to tell dim's but may be worth checking into. Also u may Che k with MAP in Winnipeg.

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    RE: PST Panther Parts

    Bob, thanks for the info, I've sent an email off to Mr. Bower

    Paul. Can you elaborate on the company you are talking about. If you put Map Winnipeg into google the results are quite graphic but of little help.

    Dale
    Hey buddy. Thats a Kadet not an Extra 300!!!!

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    RE: PST Panther Parts

    Looks like a capped pin/rivet. Try McMaster Carr or else find a friend with a lathe, should take just a few mins to make one. Scotty
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    RE: PST Panther Parts

    I used a long cap screw with a shoulder on it and cut it to size with a dremel wheel. Cap screws are hardened never had a problem again.

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    RE: PST Panther Parts

    I was thinking about that. Just take some of the head off and remove the threads. Remember what size you used?

    I believe all they are is just axle bolts. I found them just a few minutes ago at Model Aviation Products.

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    RE: PST Panther Parts


    ORIGINAL: Dig it

    . I found them just a few minutes ago at Model Aviation Products.

    Dale
    There ya go! That's the one I wuz talkin about.

    Cheers,

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    RE: PST Panther Parts

    Lol, another fella on Rc Canada had the link.
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