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  1. That should get it to the field in one piece!

    That should get it to the field in one piece!
  2. I would like to point out you haven't posted any...

    I would like to point out you haven't posted any photos of the assembled plane waiting to fly. (Hint, hint)

    Mike
  3. The best habit to develop with rubber bands is...

    The best habit to develop with rubber bands is add two spares once you have enough to hold the wings. Store them in a ziplock bag of baby powder and then cut them up at the end of the season so you...
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    If you didn't know better you would think you...

    If you didn't know better you would think you were watch part of the Confederate Air Force!
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    My son lived in McPherson, KS for awhile and the...

    My son lived in McPherson, KS for awhile and the locals referred to their local Red Roof Inn as the Red Roach Inn. It was diffidently worth the extra to stay at the Holiday Inn Express across the...
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    Great idea! It really flies nice!

    Great idea! It really flies nice!
  7. what kind of radio was in it? The color of the...

    what kind of radio was in it? The color of the servos reminds me of Kraft but the sticker is wrong.
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    Thank you!

    Thank you!
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    Balancing an airplane is like setting up expos on...

    Balancing an airplane is like setting up expos on a computerized radio everybody does it a little different according to airplane type, abilities, and preferences. What works for you is the right...
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    The guys I get my O-rings from are an industrial...

    The guys I get my O-rings from are an industrial gasket company and half the time because I need such small numbers they don't charge me. I like my O-rings fresh so I don't keep a lot on hand.
  11. My radio failure was putting an old 72 Mhz...

    My radio failure was putting an old 72 Mhz Heathkit 3 channel RX thru the beam of a microwave repeater that I didn't know existed. 3 guess why the flying field was abandoned and relocated!
  12. Sorry to hear it Dave, but it does look...

    Sorry to hear it Dave, but it does look rebuild-able barring any catastrophic internal damage, Do you have an idea what caused the radio failure?

    Mike
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    I have a pretty good supplier for O rings I was...

    I have a pretty good supplier for O rings I was thinking more of along the line of pushrod seals. I will need to check the LHS see if he has any dead stock you would be surprised what he has...
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    Bikes can be a little unforgiving I traded in my...

    Bikes can be a little unforgiving I traded in my last bike years ago on a TR-3A and sold it 5 years later at good profit when we had our second child. I added a Dickey seat but that one was only good...
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    Tom, is that little yellow and green number a...

    Tom, is that little yellow and green number a Cessna 195 and who's design is it?

    Mike
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    I love these discussions they are so interesting....

    I love these discussions they are so interesting. The trick is not to get hot under the collar we are just trading thoughts, opinions, and information as we understand it. An old boss told me once...
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    Paper is a natural wood product and is just as...

    Paper is a natural wood product and is just as susceptible to humidity as wood. A large enough difference between the humidity at time the plan is printed and when it is being used can cause minor...
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    I have a tried and true old FA-80 any suggestions...

    I have a tried and true old FA-80 any suggestions on which engines have compatible parts to renew the rubber seals, etc?
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    That's what I can craftsmanship!

    That's what I can craftsmanship!
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    Maybe Robert should get him a small RV and build...

    Maybe Robert should get him a small RV and build a shop so he can build and fly at the same time at the field?! ;)
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    Congrats Robert!

    Congrats Robert!
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    Thanks I'll let him know! We are very proud of...

    Thanks I'll let him know! We are very proud of what he has done and his sense of duty to the community. His next goal is to get back into honor rides for the fallen vets. He did that while stationed...
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    Were you successful in recuiting the younger...

    Were you successful in recuiting the younger gendarme into the hobby? If anyone would need a hobby to relieve the stress of his profession he would be one!
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    Minor discrepancies seem to be the norm with hand...

    Minor discrepancies seem to be the norm with hand drawn plans. It must be harder to screw up with a CAD plan but I have seen it.
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    Sam, OK the Civil Air Patrol is the auxiliary...

    Sam,

    OK the Civil Air Patrol is the auxiliary unit of the USAF. CAP maintains a small fleet of civil aircraft, mostly Cessna 172s and 182s, used for search and rescue. The aircraft flight crews...
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