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    The World Models, Zero spinners

    Found these Zero spinners in various sizes on the World Models Site.
    http://www.theworldmodels.com/para/p...id=6&subcat=17

    I sent an email to a local dealer to see if he carries them. The 63 mm spinner is perfect for a 40 size Zero. The shape also resembles a Focke Wulfe spinner.

    They are not listed but are available from Airborne Models. Here's the website and phone for the North American World Models Distributor.

    http://www.airborne-models.com/Index.asp

    925-371-0922
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    RE: Zero spinners

    I think the 70mm will be to big for the 40 size , I used a 57mm & think it was big enough & fairly scale in size.
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    RE: Zero spinners

    I have been looking for a spinner that would look good on a .40 size Focke Wulf. Thanks for the post.
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    RE: Zero spinners

    Steffan,

    I enlarged three views to the same size as my CMP 50 Zero and that is how I came up with the 70mm.


    Now we know the spinners exist, if only we could find a local supplier.

    After double checking my drawings I came up with 67 mm for the CMP Zero 50.
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    RE: Zero spinners

    I checked with the world models north american supplier and they don't even list the spinners , sure hope someone else chimes in with the answer

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    RE: Zero spinners

    Here's the website and phone for the North American World Models Distributor. http://www.airborne-models.com/Index.asp 925-371-0922 I just spoke with someone named Steve and he says they carry the Zero Spinners in 76, 70 and 63 mm. In the colors Red, brown and olive drab. You can call in and place an order with him (price was around $16.00 for the 76mm spinner). I mentioned that the spinners were not listed and that he should get them up. Also I ordered from them a 400 ml tank that fits the CMP Zero with minor alteration. John

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    RE: Zero spinners

    Well I ordered the spinner from Airborne Models on Wednesday and I received the package on Friday.

    http://www.airborne-models.com/Index.asp

    925-371-0922

    Here's a pic.


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    RE: Zero spinners

    Here's a side view and one with the 3-view overlayed. This spinner is the 63 mm in Olive Drab.

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    RE: Zero spinners

    And this pic is the Chino Zero with an Olive Drab spinner. I'm just posting this in case before someone says Zero's don't have Olive Drab spinners.
    I meant to order the Brown spinner but I must have given the wrong part number. Oh well, I'm still happy with it.

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    RE: Zero spinners

    Hey warbird .......Wow ! perfect choice ! even if it was a mistake , I was going to order the same color for my 120 size zero wasn't sure if it was going to look good but after seeing yours it s pretty much sealed the deal for me , I want one ! LOL .... I am thinking the 76 mm for mine what do you think ?

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    RE: Zero spinners

    If you have the 71" CMP Zero than it would be perfect. I scaled up A6M5 3-views to match and came up with 76.5 mm for the spinner.
    I don't think it gets any better than that. Give them a call.

    John

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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    Hey, everyone... Great Find!

     I have CMP's Zero 50CC 80"... Do you think the 89mm or the 76mm???

    Thanks!!

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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    On an 80" Zero the spinner comes to 100mm so I would go with the 89mm spinner.

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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    Hey thanks alot for doing the conversion... I'll put the order in tomorrow.

    Thanks!



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    RE: Zero spinners

    Hey Warbird nut did you make the exhaust stacks for your Zero? They look great!

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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    Yes I did, out of aluminum tube from the hardware store. I found that this material was the least likely to kink when bending.
    I still need to paint/weather them.

    Thanks.

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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    Byron originals sells an all metal spinner (with no cut outs) for their Zero that would be perfect for the CMP 80". I have one for mine and it looks great and, between my ASP 400R and this spinner (it is heavy) should require very little nose weight. My build on this begins this winter!

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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    what size and color would i need for the cmp 71" fw-190 ? thanks in advance.

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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    Anyone seen these zero spinners for sale another place than Airbourne models ?
    I placed an order, but i guess they dont ship international, as I have not heard back from them.
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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners


    ORIGINAL: SJN

    Anyone seen these zero spinners for sale another place than Airbourne models ?
    I placed an order, but i guess they dont ship international, as I have not heard back from them.
    MY thought exactly! I've just sent an email yesterday to them asking about the shipping to EU... I'm NOT gonna hold my breath then
    Remember: Speed is life!

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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    TruTurn is the only one I can find that is close. It won't work on the 50cc Zero because it is 3" but it will work on the 120 size Zero.
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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    Hey Vasek...got a reply, and ordered the spinner

    Sonnich Johannesen,

    Shipping cost estimate to Denmark is $18.00 USD by Air Parcel. Your total estimated cost for this order is $40.00 USD, please advise if you want to continue with your order.

    Once you approve the charges we will ask our warehouse to prepare your order for shipment.Your order will be shipped directly from the warehouse in Hong Kong. All International orders are required to be paid via PayPal, so after the order is ready for shipping we will notify you to make your PayPal payment. You will receive a tracking number once the package is shipped. This process may take 1-2 weeks to complete.

    Your business is important and your patience is appreciated.

    Best Regards,

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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    Ok SNJ, please tell me exactly what you did. I will do the same

    If I understand correctly, you filled the online form with Denmark address? and then you waited? what did you put as for of payment? please advise.

    Thanks, V.
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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    Yea, just filled in my adress as normal, and chose to use Paypal for payment.
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    RE: The World Models, Zero spinners

    SNJ, how long before they contacted you? so far no luck...
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