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Old Mar 28, 2008, 05:36 PM
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Worlds Smallest Air Operated Micro Retracts just got smaller

I have just developed a new line of Micro Retracts. They are about 3/8" smaller in length. Air is used to operate the retract in both the up and down positions. Now with restrictors, you can have scale speed operation of the retracts. Also they don't leak. With the spring removed in the cylinder, the cylinder gets shorter in length, and a few grams lighter.

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Old Mar 28, 2008, 08:22 PM
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I have just developed a new line of Micro Retracts. They are about 3/8" smaller in length. Air is used to operate the retract in both the up and down positions. Now with restrictors, you can have scale speed operation of the retracts. Also they don't leak. With the spring removed in the cylinder, the cylinder gets shorter in length, and a few grams lighter.

Larry

SouthEast Model Products
Orlando, Fl.
When will they be available and how much are they?
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Old Mar 29, 2008, 05:49 AM
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The retracts are available now, in either Beam Mount, or bulkhead mount, in the 3 lbs or 5.5 lbs versions. Costs start at $250 for the complete kits. That includes all the support hardware.

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