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Old Apr 10, 2007, 09:47 AM
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I just sold my MUS because I could never land it properly: lack of skill on my part. My gear platform went very quickly. Search the forum for the thread-some fellow provides nylon screws which "break away," and many, including me, used CA to infuse the area behind the motor and around the gear, and expoxy and light plywood to shore up the area around the gear.

In the right hands, the MUS is a beauty to watch, but my hands weren't "right."
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