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Old 07-01-2008, 09:55 PM
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rotarydoc
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Default RE: are these blades any good for cp pro?

HS,

I agree with Nick in using the blue loctite on metal to metal stuff, just like on the cars...

I should have the new motor for the B400 soon. I could fly it, but I don't want to ruin the motor, since the bearings are shot, it could damage the motor further, or damage the main gear. I would like to take the motor apart and replace the bearings in it. The motor is fine other than the bearings are bad...

Thanks for the info on the old name...I thought you might be deaf or something, didn't want to make a bad joke or anything...LOL As you can see, I am not up on the latest music scene... I'm stuck in the 1970's !! LOL

I have been simming (using the sim) alot lately. I find it's easier to practice something I need work on over and over on the sim, so I can improve on it.

Hope your rebuild goes well!

And you have some good weather for flying your newly rebuilt bird!

Glenn