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HelicopterMain Discussion › What type of car/truck do you transport your heli in?
03-15-2003 03:26 AM  14 years agoPost 21
Sar

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Saugeties, NY

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Raptorrecker, they seem to fit perfectly.. Do you use the spare tire compatment for the wrecks?

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03-15-2003 03:51 AM  14 years agoPost 22
noxam

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Lancaster, PA

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I use....

2002 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab. Heli in back seat, with seat folded up, radio case and field box in passenger side. This works unless I have the kids, then I have to squuueeeeze the heli on the floor under their feet and warn of daddys potential fury if they put their feet on my FURY!

Alive and Tocking!

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03-15-2003 04:30 AM  14 years agoPost 23
spooky007

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Bakersfield, Ca

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Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Al

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03-15-2003 04:33 AM  14 years agoPost 24
kokemon

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Little Rock AFB

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2002 Toyota Tacoma, slightly modified of course......

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03-15-2003 05:09 AM  14 years agoPost 25
LarryMiranda

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Sunny Las Vegas

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I wish I could say that I put them in my EC135 and we fly to the field. But I can't.

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03-15-2003 05:09 AM  14 years agoPost 26
rapster

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St Louis, MO

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Cool heli mover

Hi,

My ride can haul 2 60 size heli's, and 1 babe

Mangusta, what porsche are you driving? I'm a Porsche enthusiast also.

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03-15-2003 08:40 AM  14 years agoPost 27
Ken B

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Phoenix, AZ

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2000 Honda CRV

The Honda has a 12V outlet in the cargo compartment for plugging in the chargers. IT also has a removable table that is it's back deck. You open the back hatch set up the table and you are in business.

Ken B

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03-15-2003 08:43 AM  14 years agoPost 28
FinnDave

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Kouvola, Finland

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Tired, dirty, high mileage Subaru Legacy estate. Doesn't turn heads but it gets the job done and hasn't got stuck in the mud or snow this winter, unlike my previous, 2WD cars.

David S., Kouvola, Finland

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03-15-2003 09:01 AM  14 years agoPost 29
mrNoodles

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Borlänge, Sweden

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Volkswagen Golf VR6Syncro,and as FinnDave says, cant manage the Nordic roads with 2WD
No to be honest, its really nice to have a 4WD car during the winterseason. At the stoplights, just push the pedal to right and off you go
Really wants a bigger car though, like a Passat 1.8T Variant or so (oki a Passat V6 4Motion would do the job also ,but it feels like its to much $)

/Fredrik
'Hm now I just have to find out where to connect the GV1 sensor to the Jazz80 ESC.

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03-15-2003 04:02 PM  14 years agoPost 30
Sar

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Saugeties, NY

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hah! Get a flat, press the big red button on the dashboard and a new Mercedes pulls right up next to you. Sounds nice!

I'm still waiting to see this feature on a car.
http://www.furiousninja.com/images/trunkmonkey.mpg

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03-15-2003 09:29 PM  14 years agoPost 31
Rennzo12 RDRC

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NC

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My Trailer

My trailer:

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03-16-2003 07:01 AM  14 years agoPost 32
omurru

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Australia

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A Holden Commodore, and it ain't mine it's my dads And a bright purple Hyundai which is my mums, but we won't get into a depate about the gayness of the colour.....

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03-16-2003 12:46 PM  14 years agoPost 33
ju87bstuka

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Broadway UK

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Mazda MX5 (miata) would you believe, either on the passenger seat or on the boot rack. Sometimes, if the weather's dry, also a Panther Kallista, equally inappropriate

Robin D T Mosedale, Broadway, UK, Schweizer 300 (Caliber 30), Venture 50, Pilot (Full Size)

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03-16-2003 04:37 PM  14 years agoPost 34
Maxx

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Shreveport Louisana

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Just got a New 2003 GMC Envoy XL! I got the first one in LA with the V8 ...so I can get to the field faster !



Just doin' my my part to stimulate the US of A economy!!!

Chris

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03-16-2003 06:11 PM  14 years agoPost 35
Cathman

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Infiniti G35 or Toyota Sequoia

I have a G35 which works fine for my heli, but if i want to take a plank with me i have to take the wife's car so it will all fit. Thought about getting a truck or tahoe or something of that nature but then i would not have my speedy car, so i am sticking with it for now....she is usually home when i decide i want to go fly so no problems yet with not enough room.

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03-16-2003 08:26 PM  14 years agoPost 36
Shagga

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Wiltshire, UK

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Pedal power

One guy from our club regularly shows up at the flying site with his Raptor 30 ON HIS BICYCLE!

- yes including all of his flight box, fuel, starter etc.

Impossible you may think, but Pete (The Drill) manages it quite successfully without 'wobbling' and even negotiates smoothly the potholes in the dirt track leading up to the field.

How does he do that? - It's amazing what you can do with some bamboo sticks and strong elastic straps.

I suppose it's the only way to get to fly when the missus has the car!

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03-16-2003 08:29 PM  14 years agoPost 37
HeliDude24

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USA

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That's Awesome!

That's a great way to save of the gas he really needs!

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03-16-2003 08:30 PM  14 years agoPost 38
HeliDude24

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USA

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to save ON*

:-)

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03-16-2003 10:09 PM  14 years agoPost 39
Jagboy69

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Miami

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here is a pic of the heli hauler.. Opel Kadette hatchback.. This is Jim in front of the car learning to hover.. The car was cheap so I won't mind too much if he dumb thumbs his new sceadu into it.... Funny how the car is beginning to smell like nitro...

Jason /// Sceadu50/9chp WWW.Jagboy69.com

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03-16-2003 10:12 PM  14 years agoPost 40
daggit

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Claremont, MN

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It all fits in the hatchback

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