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Old Jan 18, 2013, 04:21 AM
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I must have imagined seeing the plan in a 1950 AM and ordering PET 393 in the mid 80's

The prop is a 7*4 MAS - nearest one to hand when I checked to see if the motor was free, not for flying and thanks for the reminder! I broke the crankshaft on an Indian Mills on my first control line flight (by that i mean unintentional wingover having failed to step back on launch). I tend to fly mills models with wooden props if i can find them, super bendy aussie taipans are OK too.
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