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  • #41
    I'd be up for a MH-47 Chinook, the bigger the better.
    Best regards,
    Cris B.
    AMA#L945841, NASA#2845, JPO#2503,
    NSRCA#4603, IMAC#7357

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    • #42
      Originally posted by DCORSAIR View Post
      Hi Alpha,

      Question for you, I bought the Roban Bell 212 600 size fuselage and it comes with no mechanics, but I see Roban offering ARF bundles on some of the other 600 size fuselages with mechanics included, I would like to buy a set of those mechanics for my Bell 212 but there is no mention of a part number or any info how to get the mechanics seperate, can you find that out?? And get Roban to come up with some better instructions, mine are in Chinese and very hard to see and make heads or tails out of them, good thing I know how to build.
      Hey Dcorsair,,

      If you have any questions on the build, let me know. I’m finishing up a build of that fuselage right now. If you have any questions on the build or assembly, don’t hesitate to ask. I found the instructions to be pretty much useless, and unfortunately there is not much other build documentation out there. Good luck on the build!

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      • #43
        Originally posted by F106DeltaDart View Post

        Hey Dcorsair,,

        If you have any questions on the build, let me know. I’m finishing up a build of that fuselage right now. If you have any questions on the build or assembly, don’t hesitate to ask. I found the instructions to be pretty much useless, and unfortunately there is not much other build documentation out there. Good luck on the build!
        Well thank you sir for the offer, I did study your build as well, I had two sets of screws I was trying to figure out where they went, looks like the little tiny ones go to the front windshield and the other set with the blind nuts are for the fuselage and tail boom fit, still had 5 little pieces of wood, maybe those go behind the wiindshield inside for those small screws to have something to bite into??

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        • #44
          500-600 size MH-47 Chinook. reasonable price$ on 500 scale.

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          • #45
            Originally posted by DCORSAIR View Post

            Well thank you sir for the offer, I did study your build as well, I had two sets of screws I was trying to figure out where they went, looks like the little tiny ones go to the front windshield and the other set with the blind nuts are for the fuselage and tail boom fit, still had 5 little pieces of wood, maybe those go behind the wiindshield inside for those small screws to have something to bite into??
            The only little pieces of wood included in my kit were the small wood pieces that the blind nuts came embedded in. As you said, those are used for the tailboom attachment. The small windshield screws just went direct into the fiberglass.

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            • #46
              Originally posted by F106DeltaDart View Post

              The only little pieces of wood included in my kit were the small wood pieces that the blind nuts came embedded in. As you said, those are used for the tailboom attachment. The small windshield screws just went direct into the fiberglass.
              Oh ok, well I have some smaller pieces of wood as well that have tiny holes in them, plus I have the ones with blind nuts in them, so I will figure something out. Thanks.

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              • #47
                Thank you for the welcome Alpha!!

                Corsair that 600 size 212 looks really sweet! Please post more pics as you progress through the build and adding little scale details that will really make it pop!

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                • #48
                  Originally posted by Heli143 View Post
                  Thank you for the welcome Alpha!!

                  Corsair that 600 size 212 looks really sweet! Please post more pics as you progress through the build and adding little scale details that will really make it pop!
                  Thank you, it's a nice kit, you do have to build them though, not all the parts fit perfect and require a little work sometimes but its worth it in the end. I have a set of mechanics coming for it so I will be installing those next week hopefully, and I have my big 800 Size Roban Hughes AH-6 to finish up and get flying.

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                  • #49
                    Has anyone put together the 500 size airwolf conversion kit ? What did you think of it, and how are the retracts ? I'm eyeing it for my next project.

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