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Lesson learnedI learned a real lesson on this subject not to long ago. I bought a used Trex 600N not to long ago and only bought it to get what I thought was the good stuff off of it and then decided to sell the airframe only. It was my fault when I did not look the heli over when I got it, I was so excited about a good deal I didn't look over the condition of the airframe before I sold it. The buyer was not happy when he got the heli, it ended up being well worn out. To me that was all my fault for not making sure and explaining better what I had done so the buyer would be aware of it. I offered to take the heli back but he decided to keep it and I paid him for the parts that was needed to fix it. The OS Hyper I got out of the deal ended up being junk as well. Lesson learned, try to explain in detail what you are selling.
There is one more thing I find going on more and more. What is so hard about making sure all the parts are there when you pack up a used heli for shipping, nothing I hate worse than getting a used heli from someone and they forget to pack all the parts, how hard is it to pack up the little screws in plastic sandwich bags??????
D. Lee.....t.Born again.t.....