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Old 10-15-2016, 06:00 PM
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Are there any Rc Airboater's in north Fl. these day's that would like to run together.

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Old 05-12-2017, 04:13 PM
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I'm about to build another soon. Not from north Florida , but I'm in central ... Getting my things together for the build. 76cc husky conversion
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Jet!! Good to see you around! I have the building bug too - but I'm not in Florida at all.
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Yeah ,it been a while ! But been pretty occupied with a lot of stuff so , getting that bug again ��
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What's up guys ! I'm trying to get my stuff together to finish this build I started years ago. I hope I can stay on it this time. You guys build anything latley ?
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I am building a 50cc Mudmasher Airboat now for a customer that lives in southwest Florida.
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Lester , what's up man ? I sent you an email a while back. You still making prop hubs and such ? I'm trying to get this build going with a 76cc husky engine. I still have the 2 prop hubs you made me for the cy type engine. Maybe those will be next , but this chain saw engine keeps calling my name. I need to find a good way to start it that won't damage anything. I broke the crank shaft on the flywheel side.. Check your pms on here
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I’m gonna build a scale Farman HydroGlisseur. (Water Taxi). There’s a thread about it on RCGroups in the Dock Talk forum. Been busy with the wife and kids and starting a new job. I need to get a build done and fix my other 7 boats. I’m gonna covert my Graupner arrow nitro mono to diesel. All sorts of stuff to do and no time to do it!!!
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Joe email a pic of your engine . I will look in to what it take to make prop hub.
Is the shaft end right hand or left hand thread. I have made some prop hubs for chainsaw engine before.
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OPThanks sir ! Its left hand thread 10mmx1.5 LH
this engine has some serious thump so its gonna need to be beefy

I emailed the pics to you. Let.me know if you get them sir.
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Originally Posted by 1QwkSport2.5r View Post
Iím gonna build a scale Farman HydroGlisseur. (Water Taxi). Thereís a thread about it on RCGroups in the Dock Talk forum. Been busy with the wife and kids and starting a new job. I need to get a build done and fix my other 7 boats. Iím gonna covert my Graupner arrow nitro mono to diesel. All sorts of stuff to do and no time to do it!!!
Sounds like you are a busy man! Iíll have to check it out
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Originally Posted by Lester Burch View Post
Joe email a pic of your engine . I will look in to what it take to make prop hub.
Is the shaft end right hand or left hand thread. I have made some prop hubs for chainsaw engine before.
Email sent with pics also. Let me know if you received them
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I did get pics i will haft see if i have that tap. I have made prop hubs chainsaw engines before. Wind it is time to make one i will need shaft size.
Right now it looks like it needs a good clean up.
This thread has got off track.

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Originally Posted by Lester Burch View Post
I did get pics i will haft see if i have that tap. I have made prop hubs chainsaw engines before. Wind it is time to make one i will need shaft size.
Right now it looks like it needs a good clean up.
This thread has got off track.

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Sorry lester. Didn't mean to hijack your post. We can delete unrelated comments if you'd like.

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