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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    Webesnag

    If you want to use electric retracts I installed a set of E-Flite 25-46 90 mains and a 105deg nose retract in the 52" Bronco. They have held up great got about 30 flights on them with no problems.



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    Ron,
    I tried to open it and it opened for me.
    That's for the 52'' Bronco.
    Anybody know anyone selling retracts for the 52''?

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    Any word on canopies and plastic? I haven't lost hope yet.

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    So, I was finally able to join the rest of the 80" Bronco crowd. picked up a scratch built version last night.

    YS .91's for power and Robart retracts. Man its big, hard to move it around my shop and not hit anything with that wing!

    Needs a little TLC but it seems built well.

    Ill post a few pictures after work.

    Cool part is, it's the same scheme as my 52" version! White/red Fire colors...

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    Well done Bill.
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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    i'm in the process of building the 80" too.got the kit from precision kit cutters.will use saito 100's for power
    used wing tubes,so mine is alittle easier to handle down in my shop.it is a big bird.good luck with yours

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    I know some of us were getting ready to form some molds for canopies. I happened to catch Rich at Monster Planes this past weekend and he has all the plastic parts back in stock. You can give him a call to place a order. Sure saved me as I was very close to going through the process of creating a mold. I have no idea what the prices are but he said he was happy with the quality so I guess thats the important part. Its been a long road for him to find another supplier, hopefully this one hangs around for a long time! Jerry.
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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    good deal just in time.will call tomorrow.thanks for the info

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    all balanced and engines synced.all i need now is some decent weather to fly her
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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    snortnrun,

    Were you able to get in touch with Rich? I tried calling and email but never got a reply. If so, how much were the parts?

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81


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    snortnrun,

    Were you able to get in touch with Rich? I tried calling and email but never got a reply. If so, how much were the parts?
    Checked my messages, couldn't find anything from you. Canopies are $40, including domestic S&H.
    Rich

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    aeroscale, Thanks for the quick reply here. I sent you a PM.

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    well i called late fall,he never called me back,so i orderd cols frm fiber glass specialties

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    Aeroscale,

    What is the best method to contact you to order the canopy?

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    Need a few pilots for my 80" version as the models in it just don't look correct (they would pass for stewardess' though!)

    Something inexpensive of course!

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    i bought some williams bros pilot,with helmets.they were ceap and had to be painted,i guess a gi joe doll might fit

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81


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    Aeroscale,

    What is the best method to contact you to order the canopy?
    aeroscale@aol.com

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81


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    Need a few pilots for my 80'' version as the models in it just don't look correct (they would pass for stewardess' though!)

    Something inexpensive of course!

    Thanks,
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    I bought some cheap action figures from a local discount store. Cut the bottoms off and glued in place. The helmets came from an Ebay seller. Can't get a photo to load, sorry.
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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    Local store is what I was thinking. I can fit the full body so no cutting required.

    just need to find two with a useable uniform...

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    RE: OV-10 Bronco 81

    twin flyer,i cant seem to get an email thru to you so i will post a few pics here
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    Very nice.

    i still need to search for some cheap pilots for mine and fly the engines in something a bit individually before the big one goes in the air.

    Too much keeps getting in the way!

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    Aeroscale,
    I need the adjustment angle difference for Bronco 81"
    now the difference is 0.8
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    I was wondering if one of your guys happen to have a contact to get a set of decals for the 81" bird. Jerry.
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    i made my own,but i know there are sev.companies that sell decals,try checking back in this tread.you can pick up alot of info that way.(go navy ) ;-)

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    Hey Guys
    I don't want to change the subject, but anyone had any dealings with Rich recently? I ordered some parts for my small Bronco over two months ago and have not received them yet. I have sent two emails and have not received an answer. I tried calling the phone number on his web site but it is no longer in service. Just wondering if there is something going on that I should know about?
    Thanks
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    yeh.i had the same experience with the small bronco.i did finally get my kit.it took maybe 3 months.i think those people arent directly connected with rich,altho he knows of them.i went thru the same thing you are ging thru


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