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Old 08-07-2003, 07:48 PM
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Default Yellow Morris Pull-Pull guides.

I've lost mine that i had, can anyone direct me as to were to find some?
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Default Yellow Morris Pull-Pull guides.

I have some
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Default Yellow Morris Pull-Pull guides.

I get mine from Air Dynamics.

Go here: http://www.nyblimp.com/index.htm

Then go to the bottom of the page and click on "Other PF Stuff"

The tubing your looking for is the Yellow Plastic "Spaghetti" Tubing.
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Default Yellow Morris Pull-Pull guides.

very kool site ! thanks Paul
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Default Yellow Morris Pull-Pull guides.

I use nylon "spaghetti" tubing.
This stuff is normally used as a wire insulator in electronics.

I get it by the foot at a local surplus place.
Here is another source: smallparts.com
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Default Yellow Morris Pull-Pull guides.

martyg - Great source!! What size do you use?
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Default Yellow Morris Pull-Pull guides.

The stuff I am using right now is not from smallparts.
If I were to order from them, I would get the 20ga.

The 14ga is a good lightweight replacement for the heavy nylon tubes hobby shops sell for antenna tubes and 1/16" pushrods.

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