Jan 31, 2004, 11:47 AM
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There's also a Jack Bale plan (I have the plan in my to-do file) for a B-36, 10 foot wingspan, originally designed for six geared 05 ferrite motors, turning 10x8 3 blade props.
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Feb 01, 2004, 11:10 AM
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Here`s a pic of mine, bought it at the Watford swapmeet last weekend, it has a 72" span and 6x280 motors, i was told the guy had drawn up his own plans and i can see the fuz is made from blue foam.Waiting for the weather to finaly break so i can fly the beast.....Martin
Feb 01, 2004, 08:33 PM
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When I flew with a club out in California one of the members was the guy who got to go through the wing and take care of things in there.

I also went to SAC hq years ago and they still had some B36s there. All you can say when you see one is WOW.

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