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Posted by TOFAST4U2C | Feb 08, 2012 @ 08:37 PM | 3,166 Views
I have compiled a bunch of great flying airplanes from 3DHS and enjoy them very much. Big reason why I needed a trailer. I still need to maiden a couple when spring comes around. I do own a few other styles of planes but non that excite me to fly as these.

33" Depron Velox
33" Epp Extra 330
46" Vyper (2nd Yellow, #1 RIP)
51" Slick (Yellow)
55" Edge 540 (Green)
57" Extra 330SC (Red)
62" Osiris (Red)
65" Vyper (Red)
71" Slick (Red)
103” Extra 330 SC (Blue)
48” Super Vyper (Red)
46 Osiris (Red)
48” Edge Huck Buck & 1/2 Orange (Red Deceased, RIP)
87" Extra SHP (Red)
46” Yak 55 (Blue)
Posted by TOFAST4U2C | Dec 15, 2011 @ 11:23 PM | 3,757 Views

As my collection of planes has grown by leaps and bounds over the last 12 months, thanks to our friends 3DHS I thought it was time to get a trailer. I did get a lot of good advice from many people here before buying so I will pass a little of it on for those willing to read. This is still a work in progress as I know there will be a lot of trial and error logistically.
Buy as big a trailer as you can fit in your driveway and as wide as you can haul, putting the money issue aside. Mine is a 6x12 with a V nose and I think a 6x14 would have been a little better for me and my available parking space. Once you load in a couple of 30% or 40% planes there’s not much room left up front for storage of the small parts or other planes. I am very happy with the preferred choice of axel, Dexter Torsion axel vs. leaf springs. Much softer ride and no bouncing around while on the road with a light load. It’s important to have the rear fold down stabilizer jacks in the rear to keep everything stable while not hitched up to the tow vehicle. ...Continue Reading
Posted by TOFAST4U2C | Feb 02, 2011 @ 11:02 PM | 3,285 Views
Just my old pass time.... Now flying is where I get my thrills.