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    No wonder Germany ran out of steel. They used it...

    No wonder Germany ran out of steel. They used it all in one weapon.
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    Next they need to do some Blue Angels moves. :)

    Next they need to do some Blue Angels moves. :)
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    And here I thought we were living in a post...

    And here I thought we were living in a post tankist society. You should be ashamed!!!! I'm telling your mom!
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    I was going to start a CafeenMan brotherhood but...

    I was going to start a CafeenMan brotherhood but now I guess I won't.
  5. I would try McMaster-Carr.

    I would try McMaster-Carr.
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    The home page shows the threads that are most...

    The home page shows the threads that are most active (I think that's what it's supposed to be).

    It's always tanks and jets. I read both of them from time to time because it seems like the only...
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    Rebuild it? Just buff it out and go fly.

    Rebuild it? Just buff it out and go fly.
  8. Wheels and tires have been one of my all time pet...

    Wheels and tires have been one of my all time pet peeves with model aircraft. But I'm talking about sport models and sport model prices - not $250 wheels. More like $15.00 for the entire plane. ...
  9. Out of curiousity, could a hard rubber compound...

    Out of curiousity, could a hard rubber compound be machined on a lathe? I assume a special lubricant and tools would be necessary to do it.
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    Yeah, sorry. Of course I'm joking. I wanted to...

    Yeah, sorry. Of course I'm joking. I wanted to put rockets on my planes for a long time. Still do actually and I would if I had a place to fly away from everyone.. But no, I wouldn't put real...
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    What's wrong with real rounds? Say .30 cal or...

    What's wrong with real rounds? Say .30 cal or .45 cal? Paint ball and BB's are for girls.
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    Did you cut those cores or was that a kit that...

    Did you cut those cores or was that a kit that came that way? Are cut-outs cnc or cnc hot-wire or how is that done?
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    Except that you wouldn't use CA or Titebond to...

    Except that you wouldn't use CA or Titebond to attach wing skins to foam. :) I really do like polyurethane glue but I've stopped buying it because most of it goes bad on me - even the smallest...
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    I now use polyurethane glue for laminating if I...

    I now use polyurethane glue for laminating if I have it on hand. It's way more convenient than epoxy and more than strong enough. But more often than not it's gone bad in the bottle any time I reach...
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    Everyone who thinks they need to reinforce...

    Everyone who thinks they need to reinforce already glued joints doesn't really understand wood joints in the first place. It's never been necessary ever if you could make the wood fit properly, used...
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    Have you tried bashing it into a car door taking...

    Have you tried bashing it into a car door taking it out of the car? How about leaving it on the floor and stepping on it? Or picking it up really fast and smashing it into the ceiling? I find...
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    And Glow is FAR better the electric. Everyone...

    And Glow is FAR better the electric. Everyone knows that.
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    Builders are better than ARFers.

    Builders are better than ARFers.
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    It really is superior in my opinion. It's less...

    It really is superior in my opinion. It's less brittle and way more forgiving. CA sets up fast. If you make any mistakes with CA they're way harder to fix. I really don't recommend beginning...
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    I knew a guy who was a textbook example of what...

    I knew a guy who was a textbook example of what not to do. He would take something brand new, decide he knew better than the manufacturer and proceed to make it unserviceable.

    Case in point. He...
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    Titebond is a general wood glue. All major glue...

    Titebond is a general wood glue. All major glue manufacturers make a glue comparable to it. They're all referred to as "Carpenter's Glue".

    I have a lengthy write up about glues on my website if...
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    I'm on my first gas engine with almost no...

    I'm on my first gas engine with almost no experience. The spring has so little force on it that the servo doesn't even notice it so it's really a non-issue. I'm leaving it alone. It's not affecting...
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    Almost every plan I've ever gotten was folded or...

    Almost every plan I've ever gotten was folded or rolled backward. By backward I mean they roll the plan in instead of out.

    So usually as soon as I get it or as soon as I can get around to it I...
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    Is it done yet? :)

    Is it done yet? :)
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    Good to know. I've been using Zap products with...

    Good to know. I've been using Zap products with the Z-ends. When they clog I just toss them in a bottle of acetone for a bit and put another end on them. I never have any problems with the actual...
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