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    That is true and this kit hasn't changed at all...

    That is true and this kit hasn't changed at all since the 70s. Proctor still makes it but the only change I think thwey made was in the hardware they include the design remains the same.
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    Will do Leroy! Thanks!

    Will do Leroy! Thanks!
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    Thanks BigTim and Big T for posting details on...

    Thanks BigTim and Big T for posting details on your tail wheel setups. I plan on blatantly copying your ideas. I have the TF P-51D 1/7 scale and the TF Sea Fury kits both will have retractable tail...
  4. My theory is a built up wing has a little flex so...

    My theory is a built up wing has a little flex so it can survive such landings.
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    I just found this thread and think it great....

    I just found this thread and think it great. ENYAs are great engines. I have a old NIB ENYA .46 FC II in my collection I plan to use in a Dornier D1 designed by Mike Hawkins. That was the infamous...
  6. Has anyone here ever had a wing fail in the area...

    Has anyone here ever had a wing fail in the area where the wing ribs were cut for the retracts?
  7. I like to sand my sheeting before installing it...

    I like to sand my sheeting before installing it cuts the amount I have to do. When you sand after installation the longer the sanding bar the better. Like you Scratchie I use only a light weight...
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    I had heard it was to wipe the oil off their...

    I had heard it was to wipe the oil off their goggles because the rotary engines had no exhaust systems since the engine spun with the prop and the exhaust came back straight into their faces....
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    Thanks Super08 for the information!

    Thanks Super08 for the information!
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    Thanks for the article!

    Thanks for the article!
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    Nice, do they sell it separately? I would like...

    Nice, do they sell it separately? I would like the get the wheel holder off one of these.
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    Big Tim do you have a better picture of the door...

    Big Tim do you have a better picture of the door setup in photo one?

    Thanks, Mike
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    Since all the Saito experts hang out over here...

    Since all the Saito experts hang out over here and the Saito .56 has been much discussed already I would like your opinions. I'm looking at an old partially finished VK Models Fokker DR.1 Specs are...
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    The Fairing blocks are really a nice detail, well...

    The Fairing blocks are really a nice detail, well done!
  15. OK guys how about giving some details to us less...

    OK guys how about giving some details to us less enlightened builders?
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    Nice, you're lucky Max is gone he would want his...

    Nice, you're lucky Max is gone he would want his plane back!
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    https://flyingfoam.com/ and...

    https://flyingfoam.com/ and http://www.matneymodels.com/index.html both do custom wing cores check with them.
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    We have a Regal Plastics store here and they have...

    We have a Regal Plastics store here and they have about every kind of plastic under the sun so I thought I might see what I can find there. A few years back I bought a 4' X8' sheet of 3/16" Lexan...
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    You might check with http://eurekaaircraft.com/

    You might check with http://eurekaaircraft.com/
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    I have pretty good luck using old telephone books...

    I have pretty good luck using old telephone books as weight for sheeting because it form fits, however; I haven't done any compound curves as on this airplane.
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    Thanks, this is good information. I have a...

    Thanks, this is good information. I have a scratch built project coming up where I made need to dye the windows in the top if I can't find a colored plastic.

    On a related subject what type of...
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    The Heathkit radios were designed by Kraft for...

    The Heathkit radios were designed by Kraft for Heathkit.

    My first RC radio was an old Heathkit 3 channel dual stick I bought on close out at the Denver CO. Heathkit store. The new single stick 3...
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    I have a friend Les who is a former AMA Assistant...

    I have a friend Les who is a former AMA Assistant VP for District VIII and he is still building. He lives off social security and pays for his hobby by doing RC estate sales and selling at swap...
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    I would be leary of approaching a woman with a...

    I would be leary of approaching a woman with a huge bag full of spanners, they use them as lethal weapons!

    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xajp7q_rowan-martin-s-laugh-in-clip-11_music
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    Ragwing Fan considering the quality of a scratch...

    Ragwing Fan considering the quality of a scratch or kit built airplane to an ARF/RTF I would say there is a big discrepancy between the two. You get what you pay for and for what you invest in an...
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