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Old 08-27-2020, 03:35 PM
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Is Ken Lambert out of the conversion business like the others that have disappeared. Tried to get on the site but another page comes up.
Old 08-30-2020, 05:37 PM
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I believe he is. Most of the people doing conversions are gone
Old 08-31-2020, 12:28 PM
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I had sent Ken a message from this site and today I received this message from his wife.R.I.P. Ken and condolences to his family.

Hello, I am Mrs. Ken Lambert. Sorry to tell you, but Ken passed away. I closed the web site. I am using his account on RC universe to sell his R/C items. Thank you for thinking of him!
Sandy Lambert
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If you have some maching equipment conversions are not that hard you just have to be creative
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Originally Posted by erik58 View Post
If you have some maching equipment conversions are not that hard you just have to be creative
How many people have the equipment or the skills to do it ? I certainly don't have the equipment ,skills or a place to do it..I even asked a local machine shop if they could do it but with their workload the owner said he couldn't take one of his employees off the orders he has to do a couple of pieces.He said if he would get an order for at least 100 pieces he could schedule the work in.
Now would be a good time for the guys on here that have their own equipment to make a little extra money when someone wants conversion parts.
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What are you looking to have made, a hub i assume?
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What are you looking to have made, a hub i assume?
Hub,mounts and possibly electronic ignitions which Lambert used to sell.I used to get whole kits which included the hub,velocity stack and mount for one price from Wacker Engines.I got the ones for a Ryobi from Jag Engines

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