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Old 02-26-2002, 06:01 PM
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I LEARNED TO FLY ON SINGLE STICK IN THE 70'S.
I HAVE TWO OLD KRAFT SINGL STICK RADIOS.
IS IT REASONABLE TO GET THESE UPDATED AND
LEGAL, OR IS IT TOO COSTLY ($ 200 + ) .
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Old 02-26-2002, 06:24 PM
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You can sometimes find bargains on old radios, some of them are narrowband. Also check Kraft Midwest, they sometimes have a few converted units available. Also try Jensen Jet.

http://www.jensenjetmodels.com/id30.htm
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I know that Radio South in Pensacola, Florida, has modified/built/updated several single stick radios. They can put new guts into your Kraft SS box.
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THANKS FOR THE INFO.
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