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JW Sopwith Pup conversion to Camel

Old 02-09-2024, 01:33 PM
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hi, I decided I didn't want to fly another Pub, so when I purchase this JW kit I decided to convert it to a camel. If I can figure out how to post pictures I'll resume this thread.

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Old 02-10-2024, 09:28 AM
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Click the "go advanced" button and then use the paperclip icon for "inline attachments" to browse your device for the files. This seems to work when nothing else will for uploading photos. At least with my desktop. As far as a conversion goes, there are some pretty substantial differences between a Pup and a Camel. Although the wings are different, a Sopwith Triplane shares a lot more fuselage structure.
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Originally Posted by mgnostic
Click the "go advanced" button and then use the paperclip icon for "inline attachments" to browse your device for the files. This seems to work when nothing else will for uploading photos. At least with my desktop. As far as a conversion goes, there are some pretty substantial differences between a Pup and a Camel. Although the wings are different, a Sopwith Triplane shares a lot more fuselage structure.
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