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Old 02-01-2007, 08:48 AM
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Default RE: TR260 plans needed

The TR260 is a pretty interesting item. I learned a lot, on the Lanier ARF I had. It was an early ARF with a plastic fuse, plastic cowl, and plastic sheeted foam wings. Flew great, lasted quite a while, excellent for trying new maneuvers, and inexpensive so I didn't care when it spun in. They still sell them, and parts for them.

If yours is a Lanier, you can buy those parts. If it's an AeroPro (lots bigger, all wood, delivered without covering) you're out of luck. Any parts for it would have to be guesstimated. If it's some other brand... I'm not aware of any other brand TR 260 prebuilt models.

Good luck finding parts!
Dave Olson
ORIGINAL: hockeydad33

Hi, I am very new here and need some help. I am in need of a set of plans for a model designed by John Easton. It is the TR 260. I picked up this ARF kit that is missing some parts but I could make them if I had a set of plans. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Randy