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03-20-2017 03:09 PM  3 years ago
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crflyer

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Vario Schweizer
I restored a Vario Schweizer last year and flew around a gallon of fuel through it.
My question is how often should I check the tail drive wire?
I'm not a big fan of tail drive wires but this has been fine so far.
Do any of you replace the wire after a certain amount of flying time?
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03-20-2017 04:46 PM  3 years ago
mbvario

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I'm in the process of rebuilding my Vario 300C. the only issue I've found so far is that the PTFE bushing guides (800/9) slipped
out of position inside the boom. It didn't seem to have any effect
on the wire though. I would also check the shaft on the tail with the 4mm allen screws part (49/9)just to make sure they're tight, as well as the front claw (49/6)

I would say as long as it stays clean, tight, and runs smooth inside the busing guides, you should be good.
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10-31-2019 08:07 PM  5 months ago
jasper

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I just used the Benzin tail, the slight bend on the scale tail is not worth using in my opinion, I would rather have a reliable tail and as the bend is hardly noticeable it is just as effective to shim the back of mechanics if you wish to raise tail slightly.
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