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HelicopterClassifieds - Fuel Helicopters Sold  FS: Hobbico quick Field charger and R148DF Receiver and MISC (Nexus also)
04-29-2002 12:07 AM  15 years agoPost 1
JPA2002

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I have a Hobbico Quick Field Charger for $35.00 shipped in lower 48 of US, and one Futaba Dual Conversion 8 channel micro receiver model FP-R148DF. This is th eFM version, and it says channel 58 on the side of the case (72.950 MHZ), but it has a Dual conversion channel 55 crystal in it. For clarification, this receiver is on channel 55! It has a dean's base loaded antenna attached and the on-off switch assembly. $50.00 shipped in the lower 48 of US for receiver, antenna, and switch assembly.

I have a Koll Rotor Pro blade balancer that I purchased used not long ago, and it does not have all of the hardware. The balancer is perfectly intact, but it does not have the long rod to do spanwise balance. It is the balancer, and two 3mm bolts. $35.00 shipped in lower 48 of US.

I also have a Nexus 30 that I recently acquired. It has NHP carbon pro 515mm main blades (black) and carbon rudder blades (black, I think they are NHP also). It has a futaba mechanical gyro (FP-G154 works great), 8 channel 148 receiver (50MHz), no receiver battery pack, anodized fule filter, OS 32 engine, and JR 517 servos. This is a good flying little heli. I was particularly impressed with how smooth it was. It also has the cone start adapter and a couple of other start adapters. The horizontal fin is cracked some and needs to be replaced, but this one flys good and would be a perfect trainer. I also have a Futaba 8U (FM on 50 MHz) that may be offered as part of the package for a seperate price. There are also a few spare parts, such as main shaft and feathering spindle, and another vertical fin. I will let the Heli minus radio and receiver battery pack go for $300. If someone wants the radio, then add $150.00 to the price, so for $450.00 and the price of a battery pack, you can be flying. The price includes shipping in the lower 48 of US. I also have the manuals for the heli and radio.


I can send pics of any of the above. If you will send me an email, I will get them to you.

email me at: jonabney@cox.net

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