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Member postings for Phil Claridge

Here is a list of all the postings Phil Claridge has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Flair Puppeteer wing fixings
14/10/2018 15:21:19

hi bob, be realy thourough when you check the hinges if they are plastic.i bought an old spitfire with a saito 80 in it we checked every thing before geting it ready for flight and checked it again at the field all seemed to be in good order but after5 mins flying the right full lengh aeleron was hanging down and one half of the elevator was missing luckily my test pilot was flying it so it landed ok. the hinges had all snappedsurprise

Thread: coming back
14/10/2018 14:43:06

cheers phil

13/10/2018 16:27:16

hi there i ve been lurking on the forum for a few months since i sold all my models and gear due to 2 heart attacks 2 strokes diabetes and kidney disease but having flown my brothers electric glider the bug has returnedlaughthe stroke has messed up all my left side making my hand arm head very touch sensitive and i cant walk very far so i bought today 3 small models today at a salisbury swap meet £50 for all 3 all electric i will not get any ic as a prop strike would be agonycrying i am going to try to keep them within the confines of the patch so i dont have to walk to far as the patch is surrounded by crops and a poo farm my brother lost his cougar in a field of maise there and gave up after searching for 2 hours went back after harvesting and found one servo and some covering crying.just got to get some bateries and recievers and a charger and i.m go to gowink

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
06/06/2018 13:22:52

well dave came back for another loaD YESTERDAY, hefilled his transit again and has got to make another trip to get the restsad. but now i can walk to all four corners of the loft for the first time in 15 years, thought i would be sad to see them all go but seeing how hard dave has had to work for his money i,m glad i didnt try to do it myselfwink.joke will be if the stroke syptoms go away which i am told may happen,i will have to start againsmiley. i will still go to the patch with my brother some times and have a fly with one of his planes, no cost no work he heyes bye for now phil

Thread: Is this yet another scam
05/06/2018 08:16:35

vintage car bulb horn works well toodevil but made the missus jump a bitwink

Thread: Biggles' Mess (the renamed cafe!)
30/05/2018 12:10:44

thank you, job is half done, at least 15 or more planes and bits to go he filled a transit to the roof yesterday. i managed about 6 trips up and down the stairs carrying nothing and i am paying for it this morning, left side from head to toe is very stiff mustlesvery tight and burning hot. swimbo is waiting for a check up for possible breast cancer on friday. today i have to visit my older brother he has lost a leg and has leucemea has just come out of hospital and moved in to a nursing home in bognor so he is near enough to visit life sucks sometimes but we carry onsad

28/05/2018 13:23:40

just been reading the show us your workshop posts from way back in 2011 i said i was going to have a clear out, well tomorrow is d_ day its all going. as ill health has put an end to my flying any morecrying. some models here go way back to 1995 when i started again but time marches on . 2 heart attacks 2 strokes stage 3 kindey disease and type 2 diabetes has put an end to alot of things. have a bloke coming from somerset to buy the whole lotfrown

Thread: "Summat from nowt"
13/04/2018 08:56:05

want a few more davewink i am clearing out a loft full of repairable models if any one wants them all free limbo dancer, renegrade , cub artteck diamond, couger and others collect for west sussex

Thread: New MOT Test From May 20th.......
10/04/2018 14:45:17

sods law at work, just paid £60 to have new horn fitted to pass mot found a new horn still in its box in my workshop/tipcrying today

Thread: Carbon rod / tube?
31/03/2018 17:48:16

carbon fibre arrow shafts make good push rodswink

Thread: ace seamaster 40
21/03/2018 13:25:41

this plane is now for sale with two irvine 25,s all servoes £40

21/03/2018 10:23:41

hi bob , the plane has a 63in wing span by 12in chord. the fusalage is 55in, looks like a goose but engine fairings are squared off not rounded?

20/03/2018 16:01:55

Hi Trebor. Photos of Grumman Goose? as requested. More in Album.

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14/03/2018 17:31:51

phone number sent alan

14/03/2018 17:05:31

old git pm sent

Thread: Tyre wear
14/03/2018 16:09:46

last four should show up on mot

Thread: ace seamaster 40
14/03/2018 15:44:13

i have a complete one not flown for five years can fly off water or land, just needs batt and reciever

Thread: Pedantic
06/03/2018 17:32:02

for suredevil

Thread: Repair of crashed model
22/02/2018 12:55:36

ps i have a repairable limbo dancer and a renegade free to any one who can collect from me in west sussex po19 send me a pm if interested also about fifty other models for sale cheapwink

22/02/2018 12:54:54

ps i have a repairable limbo dancer and a renegade free to any one who can collect from me in west sussex po19 send me a pm if interested also about fifty other models for sale cheapwink

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