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Old 06-17-2010, 07:28 PM   #31
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I wish there was some way to "trim the fat" off the hind quarters but I can't think of any.
Don't worry about it. I have had that problem for years.

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Old 06-17-2010, 09:55 PM   #32
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Hey Curt, I am very happy to hear that the Ag has worked out so well for you. You've done an awesome job on her, good for you.

Coming up with the idea of producing the Agwagon is one of the better ideas I have ever had. I'm thrilled that they decided to go with it. It has been and continues to be a great success for RC Guys . She is a beautiful airplane. All the best my friend!

Wait till you see what's next on the drawing board!!!
Many thanks to you Gary..... without you, I would have been just "in line" for one of these beauties instead of being one of the "1st in line"!! AND it is your Saito 180 that powers this beast!!
Many thanks!
I Can't wait to see what is on the drawing board next!!

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I used to mark years a go curt. So i'll do it for ya.... just no diveing under the powerlines without warning k !!
You gotta deal!! I used to "flag" for my brother a lot before he went to the auto flagger on his spray plane. I ate a lot of chemical in my day.... that would explain the "brain damage" that my wife says that I have!!

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Don't worry about it. I have had that problem for years.

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[B]Me too, Ed..... me too!!

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