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Old 11-07-2008, 11:30 AM
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Hi,

I'm interested in finding a set of Carl Goldberg Li'l Jumpin' Bean plans. I know it's been rekitted, but all I need are plans.

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Default RE: Goldberg Li'l Jumpin Bean Plans

The Carl Goldberg kit had no plans. It had isometric instruction drawings.
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Ah...that's why I couldn't find them.

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quote by Chris:
"The Carl Goldberg kit had no plans. It had isometric instruction drawings.
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This is quite true but I ran across a plan somewhere and here is a small pic of it. Someone took the time to draw this show all the parts and for the life of me I cannot for the life of me remember who or where.
Please don't ask of larger or higher res image as this is all I have.

There is a plan out there somwhere...

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Default RE: Goldberg Li'l Jumpin Bean Plans

You can buy the sealed kit for just 22 dollars here: http://www.airplanesandrockets.com/r...s/for-sale.htm

You coudn't beat that with a stick!
Lots of folks could build from plans but to get the preformed landing gear, bellcrank, canopy and all the parts already cut... and for less than 25 dollars?

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I believe Brodak has plans for this model. http://www.brodak.com/shop_productde...ProductID=5878

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Default RE: Goldberg Li'l Jumpin Bean Plans

Indeed they do but for 8 dollars (as of the time of this post). Not a bad deal if you ask me. Still I would buy the kit for 22 and trace the parts onto paper and have all the hardware and the wood too.
Tracing the parts woud be so I could build another later. The Original CG kit did have the wing plan shown full size.

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Old 11-09-2008, 08:36 AM
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Tracing parts on the back side of the plans will also help you repair if you do a figure nine.

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Default RE: Goldberg Li'l Jumpin Bean Plans

The $22 dollar kit looks like a great deal, but the cost includes insurance charges. Can't imagine insuring something that inexpensive and unremarkable. I'm sure the Brodak revival kit is just as airworthy as CG's for your purposes. Get it from sshobbies.com for $26 plus shipping. Don't waste money on insurance. Order with a credit card and if the goods don't arrive, call the CC company and refute the charge dead easy. It's up to the seller to get it to you. If they insist on insurance charges, go elsewhere UNLESS shipping + insurance is still the least expensive.

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