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12-05-2019 11:53 PM  5 months ago
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Dirtpen

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Was going to go fly today, going to get it running in the back yard before I go , like a short look see if all good. Just spinning on the ground, up on the pipe just barely. Deans connect vibration lose and lost power to rec. lucky me. It sat there at 0-0 pitch and I paced until she ran out of fuel. I usually tie fishing line on my connect then super glue the knot. I didn’t go to the field today, my heart rate had enough.
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12-17-2019 04:54 AM  5 months ago
Rockin Bird

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Thats not good, but you did save it.That happened to me one day and I grabbed a 10 foot piece of 3/4" shoe molding and managed to hit the fuel line off of the carburetor. Yes my heart rate did jump. So now I tie dental floss to the connections and it seams to work fine,That sweet smell of "Nitro"
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12-17-2019 12:54 PM  5 months ago
BeltFedBrowning

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I use dental floss as well. The knots seem to stay better.
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12-17-2019 02:27 PM  5 months ago
dgoss999

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Dental floss (waxed cotton) is also a more gentle way of tying up your wiring looms... Much better than anything other than the tiniest Cable Ties..

DG
"Believe none of what you hear, and only half of what you see." • Benjamin Franklin
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