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Old 04-05-2015, 10:56 AM
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What do I need to do to UN-subscribe from a thread????????? There is one that turned into a chat room and I would really like to get out of it.
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In the blue header above there are the words "Thread Tools", click on it, hit "Unsubscribe from this Thread" and that's it.
Old 04-05-2015, 12:49 PM
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Hi Robert and thank you a bunch, I was looking all over for that box and kept looking in the wrong place. If you hadn't pointed it out I would still be looking!!!
More of that stupid from the dumbass married to my wife!!! He also sneaks into my shop and works on planes from time to time.
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Just keep him away from ARF's
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My shame knows no bounds!!!!!!!!!!
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I don't know Gene, that thing does not look Almost ready to fly to me.
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Thing is the correct term too. It's an old ARF we got in an estate sale several years ago. We had so much STUFF, I posted a list of stuff we were selling without any prices on them but some one b itched about it and the thread was pulled but as I pointed out there were no prices mentioned so it got put back on. After the same butthead griped to the big powers I told them to pull it. Everything I wanted to sell got sold by then.
We kept a few kits and my buddy kept this ARF. He never did anything with it and gave it to me a week or so ago, Back in the day everyone thought the wing rib damage was just from shipping. It had two broken ribs on one wing and 7 out of nine broken in the other. No box damage though? When I pulled the yellow covering off the bottom I found out what caused the damage. The wing/plane was constructed first and the lightening holes in the ribs was die cut, dull dies though so when they tried to pop the holes the ribs broke, then it went to covering and they covered the plane and boxed and shipped it. Real quality control on the part of Horizon. Took me no time to figure out what had happened. They pulled this model several years ago so it's no longer made.
My question is, why would anyone buy such crap???
I'm still making repairs and making the needed changes. In the first review I read the firewall pulled out on the third flight and the LG block came off. Just making the normal ARF repairs, setting it up and probably going to sell it after the maiden flight? We will see, please don't hold this one shot deal against me!!! I have a couple of kits almost finished being cut so I won't be on the dark side too long.
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Well
I guess we can let it slide this time.
Don't let it happen again

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