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Old Jan 26, 2013, 11:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Tiernan85 View Post
Chi, how difficult was it to access those screws?
Chi may have a better way, but I did it by making a small right-angled screwdriver (pound shop job, bent through 90degrees about 2cm from the tip). Took time and patience, but if I can do it with one hand it should be plain sailing with two

Steve's rollcage is far superior. Being as I was quite a succesful scale R/C aircraft builder before the stroke, I felt bound to reduce the height a little and also put in the third (central) crossmember in the top, and the side bars, to make it more like the current Oz sprint boat ones. Couldn't find a way to put in all the supporting structure and still be able to take the hatch off, on my stock NQD. Will try it on my Steve boat where the rollcage is fixed to the hatch. "...not a pedant, mind, just a lover of accuracy"
but even as delivered it's a thousand times better than the stock one.
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