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    Receiver mounting

    Hello,

    I just got my first Power Expander Pro and I have a question about mounting the receiver. I know that double sided tape is included with the Power Expander for mounting the receiver. This seems like it would be a fairly permanent method for attaching the receiver. At the very least removing the receiver could be difficult. Have you used, or know of any one successfully using, velco to mount their receiver to their Power Expander?

    TIA for your help!

    Cheers!
    Cheers!

    Galen

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    RE: Receiver mounting

    Hi,
    The 3M Dual-lock should not be used as a whole piece. You should cut some 1/4"x1" or 3/8"x1" strips and use a strip on each end of the receiver. You are right that if you use the whole 1"x2" piece on the receiver you will never get it up. Some people have used velcro but I don't know with what success.
    Robert Ritchey
    Owner, Smart-Fly
    www.Smart-Fly.com

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    RE: Receiver mounting

    i USE INDUSTRIAL STREGNTH VELCRO ON A TONOF MY rc APPLICATIONS. tHIS WAY IF i EVER WANT TO PULL THAT rx OUT THE PLANE AND SWITCH IT i JUST HAVE TOO REATACH IT TO THE VELCRO ELSEWHERE. i ALWAYS PUT THE FUZZY SIDE ON THE EQUIPMENT AND THE PLASTICY SIDE ON THE AIRCRAFTS,
    dARN cAPS, lol I HATE this latop
    \"SUA SPONTE\"
    (Of Their Own Accord)


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