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Old 03-27-2002, 09:03 AM
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I'm trying to get back into flying
I have some Futaba stuff
I also have some old Kraft servos and would like to use them
Can I???
How might I connect them?
Do you know??
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hi gregg the procedure to use kraft servos w fut rx is
to change the plug or buy gender changer plugs
there is a web site with detailed instructions outligining
the procedure to change plugs for diffrent rx
i cant rember the site name off hand but i will do some
searching and keep you posted
sean.
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Old 03-28-2002, 01:26 AM
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Default What can I do with old Kraft servos

Originally posted by futabaflyer
hi gregg the procedure to use kraft servos w fut rx is
to change the plug or buy gender changer plugs
there is a web site with detailed instructions outligining
the procedure to change plugs for diffrent rx
i cant rember the site name off hand but i will do some
searching and keep you posted
sean.
This is perhaps the website you are talking about, and if not, it's still a very authoritive site for wiring...didn't see any Kraft stuff on it, though....

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Old 03-28-2002, 02:44 AM
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I am not sure what to do with them but if you find someone that wantes them let me know as I have hundreds of them as well as a couple TX and RX some of the TX and RX are the ones you pick your channel.

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rcavi8ter is sent you an email on the kraft stuff.

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for some reason and only just recently, i have wanted old kraft stuff. when i learned to fly in the late 70's, the man who taught me used kraft and pro-line exclusively. i as a kid of13 struggled to get a futaba 4 channal, kraft was the goal. so now i have gone wacky amost no one at my field knows what kraft is, so i am putting togeather the kraft plane. i got lucky and found an old jensen ugly stick, i have an old gold stickered kraft 7 channal, next is to get a kraft/rjl .61 engine. all up and legal but like the old days. so i am on krack! i do like the kraft stuff the quality is still realy higher than todays stuff just out dated. my every day stuff is hitec and jr but their is somthing about the kraft stuff. if anyone wants to get rid of any thing please email me; it is more for love and passion than usefullness.

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Ok gang for those of you that sent me email about my kraft stuff. I am still working on a list. I plan on getting it done tonight if possible. Sorry it is not up as of yet.


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