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Member postings for john stones 1

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Thread: Club Mower.
18/09/2019 14:10:16
Posted by McG 6969 on 18/09/2019 13:45:45:

Absolutely, John.

You should restore the beauty to its full glory...

... and then, at least, put a couple of similar tires for maxi traction. wink

Cheers

Chris

I think Igor has one in his F1 team Chris. face 1

18/09/2019 14:08:47

Only ones I've used are these, great machine.

18/09/2019 13:08:17

I had never seen nor heard of em, seems a shame for it to end up with the scrap man.

18/09/2019 12:48:59
Posted by Martin Dance 1 on 18/09/2019 12:41:08:

I'm not surprised members are moaning if you need an Allen Scythe to cut the strip. Its a piece of agricultural/ horticultural history designed to cut tall grass for haymaking etc. If I remember correctly it still leaves a stubble about a couple of inches long. Hardly the bowling green that most people wan to fly from, although dancing might be a possibility.

Oh dear, having a bad day are we ?

I guess models ain't the only things flying over your head. thinking

18/09/2019 12:13:40
Posted by Steve Houghton on 18/09/2019 12:08:09:

With a little development it could make a menacing opponent in Robot Wars!

Full set of teeth Steve, unlike myself. sad

18/09/2019 12:12:52
Posted by Don Fry on 18/09/2019 12:02:57:

At least, wending and winding yer way, whistling of fair maids a swooning, when you call "excuse me" they will shift they dancing toes out of the way

Dancings not allowed when works being done, flying, sat on your backside, moaning, all ok, dancing No. face 1

18/09/2019 12:02:12

No, got all the bits for it, except the bit of rope to pull start. wink

18/09/2019 11:41:42

scythe 001.jpgscythe 002.jpgscythe 004.jpgscythe 005.jpgSo what you reckon ? it's self drive, balances well when you use it, needs some tlc to get it running, are we on a winner ?scythe 007.jpg

Thread: Glens Models 25% Sukhoi - manual anyone?
17/09/2019 21:36:58

I can't say owt, I've models allover the place not finished.

No baffling on mine Rich, and no overheating issues.

Thread: Repair of a Hanger 9 P-51 Mustang.
16/09/2019 21:38:00

O.S 120, thing of beauty. wink

16/09/2019 21:15:48

I read it Paul, no comment coz you know what you're doing, never met a Mustang that don't fly well. yes

Thread: Glenns models cap 232
16/09/2019 18:30:40

Where's a weak point on the tail Bert ? news to me.

14/09/2019 11:24:58

I think it's as much about who's using brand XY or Z, oddly enough I've used pretty much all the usual stuff, and rarely have problems, I'm with Rich, keep it simple and maintain it well.

Thread: Latest CAA Update
13/09/2019 12:37:28
 

 

Yep modellers got a break, doubt my vote will be much influenced by this.

Edited By john stones 1 on 13/09/2019 12:40:14

11/09/2019 21:57:27

Encouraging, good work folks. yes

11/09/2019 21:56:46

**LINK**

11/09/2019 21:50:18

Make it a readable link someone please, I'm all of a dither. wink

Thread: All weather flyer.
11/09/2019 15:19:26

Plenty stuff out there for less than calm conditions, something that weighs a bit helps, clean lines so it penetrates, but many models we already fly, can handle days when the pilot stays grounded, it's harder work, but it will improve your flying and the days you can fly.

Thread: IC or Electric for Ripmax DeHavilland Tiger Moth
09/09/2019 14:40:07

Inverted 4 stroke, incoming. wink

Thread: Hobbyking Phoenix 1600
08/09/2019 23:43:13

I had the 2000 Jeff, I enjoyed it.

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