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Old Dec 13, 2011, 07:26 PM
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FMS/ Airfield models parts


All of us crash, and when we do we need parts. All who bought, or buy from nitroplanes.com know that it is almost impossible to get parts for their planes! here are a couple answers as to where we can get parts.

http://www.hobby-paradise.com/en/en/...sort=2a&page=1

http://snhobbies.com/
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Old Dec 18, 2011, 10:51 PM
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I want to achieve something like this.....

Cessna 182RG Skylane undercarriage retraction sequence (1 min 29 sec)


With this......

http://www.hobby-paradise.com/popup_image.php?pID=261

Old Dec 20, 2011, 11:27 PM
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Add www.pw-rc.com to your list of suppliers of parts, Phillip there gets 5 stars for his customer service.


And for the landing gear, not that hard. I did it years ago on a Dymond Double Blitz. Nose gear is straight forward install. The mains, you set to retract rearward, and you also have to angle them on two planes to get the geometry correct. They (retract body) have to sit at an angle instead of flat, and also angled to the rear.

You got it easy, you have electric retracts now. I did it with mechanical retracts.
Old Dec 21, 2011, 01:07 AM
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Add www.pw-rc.com to your list of suppliers of parts, Phillip there gets 5 stars for his customer service.


And for the landing gear, not that hard. I did it years ago on a Dymond Double Blitz. Nose gear is straight forward install. The mains, you set to retract rearward, and you also have to angle them on two planes to get the geometry correct. They (retract body) have to sit at an angle instead of flat, and also angled to the rear.

You got it easy, you have electric retracts now. I did it with mechanical retracts.
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