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Old 12-25-2013, 11:39 AM   #4611
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LOL!! I just split a gutt reading your thoughts on CompARF's servo setup!! was something similar with my 3.3m Yak
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LOL!! I just split a gutt reading your thoughts on CompARF's servo setup!! was something similar with my 3.3m Yak
Seriously?....Like how ing daft can they be?...guess they've actually shown us!!
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Old 12-25-2013, 12:03 PM   #4614
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C-ARF has to be "the"..yes "the dumbest .kers" in the industry! A plane that size and you cant get at the servo mount! me gently!

I may try and mount it to the hatch cover...stunned ards!

Thx for your advice Doug!
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Old 12-25-2013, 12:04 PM   #4615
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Jack would it kill you if I told you I had those servos removed in less than 5 minutes each including the linkage?
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Old 12-25-2013, 12:07 PM   #4616
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Jack would it kill you if I told you I had those servos removed in less than 5 minutes each including the linkage?
Doug that makes me laugh too. But not like you are.

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Jack would it kill you if I told you I had those servos removed in less than 5 minutes each including the linkage?
Yes Doug it would.....my exact thoughts were!....wtf, didn't Doug ask if I wanted the wing servos!!

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Old 12-25-2013, 12:10 PM   #4618
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You should have heard me cussing until I figured out how to do it. The first one took me over an hour to drill the holes and screw it in.
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Doug that makes me laugh too. But not like you are.

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Dale, I spent 5 minutes just getting the screws out of one bay...and they were each only 2 threads deep!!
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You should have heard me cussing until I figured out how to do it. The first one took me over an hour to drill the holes and screw it in.
I can only imagine Doug!
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