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01-29-2007 02:28 AM  10 years agoPost 21
rcadd1ct

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Plane.

I meant that it had never been used on the nose cone of a plane to wear it down.

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01-29-2007 02:29 AM  10 years agoPost 22
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airplane, AKA - planker

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01-29-2007 05:46 AM  10 years agoPost 23
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ditch it and buy a gasser! they come with their own recoil starter!
just imagine using a weedwhaker!!

Smile! people will wonder what you're up to!!

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01-29-2007 11:01 AM  10 years agoPost 24
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Put the shaft in before you connect the power!

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02-01-2007 10:36 PM  10 years agoPost 25
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I'm getting rid of the cone on my dynatron too but I can't figure out how to get it off. Is there a trick to holding the shaft still or something? I got the nut they glued in place off but the cone is holding on pretty tight. Is the cone threaded? I'm about 10 seconds away from cutting it off.

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02-01-2007 10:47 PM  10 years agoPost 26
ESWLFSE

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I just put a little spit on the tip of it before I stick it in.

If you cut out the bottom of the rubber insert, and trim off the portion that overhangs the aluminum, you may get deeper penetration and a better fit. It worked well for me before I moved up the the Dynatron with a hard-mounted shaft.

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02-01-2007 10:47 PM  10 years agoPost 27
jab1969

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You should be able to knock it off, by tapping on it.

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02-01-2007 10:58 PM  10 years agoPost 28
ripley

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With all due respect for the Gay Community - electric helis are for gay guys.

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02-02-2007 01:14 AM  10 years agoPost 29
danielhv

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I just put a little spit on the tip of it before I stick it in.
Now now now... lets keep it clean for the kids...

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02-02-2007 05:48 AM  10 years agoPost 30
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EKIM
I'm getting rid of the cone on my dynatron too but I can't figure out how to get it off. Is there a trick to holding the shaft still or something? I got the nut they glued in place off but the cone is holding on pretty tight. Is the cone threaded? I'm about 10 seconds away from cutting it off.
LOL Well at ten seconds I may be a little late. But to answer your question; If you have already cut it off and still wandering why it never came off, it is indeed threaded, and the cone and the nut needs to be turned counter clockwise looking toward the open end of the cone to remove them. I hope you didn't beat it into submission ether. I think I took mine apart to get the cone off after I got the nut off. A little heat will help as well. It was stuck with Loctite or the like, to the shaft. After taking it apart I think I just held the armature with my hands to disassemble the cone. Mine was very tight! I remember that for sure.

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02-02-2007 07:36 AM  10 years agoPost 31
nickt919

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This thread has been going for at least a couple of days with this photo.

Either nobody cares to point it out, few know better, or I have been inserting my start wand into the rubber boot wrong for 3 years with good results.
In the photo the rubber is flipped around to accomodate the wand.
I leave the rubber in the same way you would use it to spin a plank nose cone to attach my start wand and the wand never comes out while starting. The one way stays in the rubber and I loosen the shaft set screw to break it down and put it in my box.
BTW, a bit of spit does help it bottom out while twisting it in.
I have this set up on a cheap TorqMaster 90 and a Dynatron.

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02-02-2007 04:35 PM  10 years agoPost 32
matman

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I think most of use saw the first two photos and figured we knew where the burns really come from. so we didn't bother looking at the third photo.

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02-02-2007 10:03 PM  10 years agoPost 33
EKIM

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Matman, Luckly I didn't feel like cleaning up metal shavings on my work bench so I didn't cut it off yet. Thanks for the tip. I guess I have to take it apart to get the shaft to hold still.

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