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Member postings for Dwain Dibley.

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Thread: One Man Swap Meet.
27/06/2019 11:35:29

Hi Chaps.............D.D. here..........I was going flying today, but I could not decide what to put in the van. I need to get some stuff moved on. I will list it all on Ebay, but thought I would give people a chance in advance on here.

I have for sale and open to offers, the following.

  • D.B Cirrus moth (Electric conversion) .......... ..£400
  • Flair Magnatilla (Electric conversion) ............£250
  • Deag spitfire (E) Flys well. ..............................£150
  • Warbird replicas LA7 NGH 10 CC petrol ........£300
  • Warbird Replicas BF110 (E) 74" Span ..........£600
  • Gilmore Racer 90" span 45 Zenoah................£600
  • Vintage Double Diamond " Span (E) ............£100
  • Horizon Hobbies Radian Glider. .....................£100
  • Trex 500 HKGT Hybrid. mostly Align.+ 4 batts £150

All the above have been tested in the air and come with servos and Rx unless you dont' want the Rx (Spektrum)

P.M me with offers or requests for mobile number.

Cheers chaps.


I also have a JR DSX9 for spares or repair.It still works fine but has two broken switches. £30.

Thread: Good news thread.
26/06/2019 23:49:59

Me and the Missus went to B and Q today to buy some things. As we walked away from the van, I noticed a small motorbike carrying two youths, with a weird number plate, I commented to her indoors re the illegal plate, and as we watched they went straight to my van and started to get in with a large screwdriver..............

At that I legged it back, about a hundred yards, with the Missus howling at them. As I got there the pillion was back on the bike, but they had to go around the hedges on the car park.....I went through em.........I had them, thought I............ only to be threatened with a 12" screwdriver. Decision made ..........leave it, even if I had got them off the bike, I didn't fancy that in my tripes.........LOL

Good News ??????

Yeah, I still got my d


Thread: Cambrian / Cambria Funfighter-----which to choose!
23/06/2019 16:35:24

Why 'em both Mate, twice the fun.


Thread: Building Brian Taylors Cessna 120
22/06/2019 23:55:18

I got them from Hobby King Steven. They are 1/6th scale

I had ordered some from probuild on back order, called Miracle 1/6th pilots, but they cancelled the order on me.

The ones from Hobby King are not quite the same but are a close enough alternative.

Here's a miracle one in the Moth.


He changed his shirt too.......................and got taller. LOL



Edited By Dwain Dibley. on 23/06/2019 00:00:05

Thread: Windmill
22/06/2019 19:27:16

Ditto Don and Dick. Put the brake on and you wont break props, as I found out on my little "Webbitt"


Thread: Building Brian Taylors Cessna 120
22/06/2019 19:21:00

The Boys have settled in, and with a change of clothes and some facial hair nurturing, seem better suited to flying than cloning.




Thread: Real metal on aircraft. Is it a problem for radio?...
22/06/2019 19:15:09
Posted by Foxfan on 22/06/2019 12:17:07:

I could, Dwain, but what scoop? I could make one in plastic, facing backwards. Normally I'd make scoops in aluminium!


My reply was aimed at Ernie really Mate...................blush

but in your case lower and further back sounds right, what with Rx being pretty light these days.

I had a similar prob with the Cessna120 all covered in chrome film (actual metal), so I put the RX in the Cabin.


22/06/2019 11:05:08

Can You hide it in the scoop under the fuselage, the price being not clad the scoop but simulate metal with paint ???


Thread: Why can't I reply to a PM
22/06/2019 10:51:03

what did you log out of Peter ???? forum or windows or both. Sometimes clearing cookies etc will "fix" things.


Thread: Is it now time for cyclists to wear an identifier and pay a tax?
22/06/2019 00:06:12

Yes, that is the problem we would have here, the roads were designed for horse and cart, before the horseless carriage and even Bicycles were thought of. So our only hope would be for separation. The Cycle paths we have today are sometimes just a line painted on the road, and 50% of the time I have to dodge out into faster moving traffic to get round a car parked in my bit. Also, a lot of people don't know that all tho it's available, it's not compulsory to use a cycle lane, and as already mentioned some are dire and the road is better.


21/06/2019 23:43:40
Posted by Alan Thorpe on 21/06/2019 23:30:52:

It would be imposdible really, but in an ideal world if we could be put with a cyclist on a bike, walk with pedestrians, sit in truck for a day, ride in a slow moving tractor, out with a motorbike rider, on horseback for a day each.......we would learn a lot more from each persective and have patience and empathy for all othet road users.

And this would rule out any ideas of imposing extra taxes on road using groups as just a knee-jerk reaction.

This does happen mate, but is not widely publicised, mainly between cycles and Lorries/Wagons. Both parties report benefits.


21/06/2019 23:35:50
Posted by Doc Marten on 21/06/2019 23:23:58:

Dwain, the quote you've attributed to me bears no resemblance to the original replies, I'm sure you know what I mean by an "identifier".

I appreciate the link but I asked if the membership fee is used entirely for the cover in response to Will-O asking how the money could be generated.

I know doc, just pullin yer leg.......kiss

The money to get the infrastructure seen in my video link would have to come from the Government, and would be a massive upheaval and need a drastic change in peoples outlook on things, to give cyclists priority on the roads.

British cycling (£24), and cycling Uk (£45). Provide ins plus other benefits such as lobbying and support for the changes needed to make cycling safer for everyone. Cycling is safe, but peoples perception of it keeps them off a bike.


Edited By Dwain Dibley. on 21/06/2019 23:40:58

21/06/2019 23:31:52
It would be great if this is what we had in the UK. Take time to watch especially at junctions and side roads where Cyclists have Priority over cars.


Edited By Dwain Dibley. on 21/06/2019 23:34:16

21/06/2019 23:15:09

Light reading

21/06/2019 23:09:45
Posted by Doc Marten on 21/06/2019 23:03:40:

Posted by Doc Marten on 21/06/2019 22:48:36:

the identifier question has been largely avoided.

Educate me.

If you need to identify me as a cyclist, that's easy.................I'm the One on the bike, wearing the funny hat with a camera on it................surprise


21/06/2019 20:32:10

1. As a cyclist I pay £45 for insurance with cycling UK (formerly the CTC) Ins - Check

2. VED is based on emissions, I produce none while Cycling (unless you want to tax my Farts) Tax - Check

3. I pay for the roads I use through my Council tax. Tax - Check.

Benefits...I am fitter, less stressed, and have more patience with my fellow Humans. heart

What do you say to the people who do not own a car re item 3 ??


Thread: Confirmation - The World Really Has Gone Mad......
21/06/2019 17:06:28

It's on page 4 doc, cheeky......... I just put it in the order of vulnerability. When I walk to the shops, I look out for cars as I cross the road, as that is common sense.


Thread: My biggest "model" yet
21/06/2019 00:28:10

Ya gotta love it.

Cheered me up a treat that did. laugh


Thread: Ben Buckle Junior 60 build
21/06/2019 00:22:04

Very Nice !!!


Thread: Confirmation - The World Really Has Gone Mad......
21/06/2019 00:12:03

Glad your Lad is OK John.


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