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Member postings for Tomtom39

Here is a list of all the postings Tomtom39 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: nats swap meet bargains , what you get???
01/09/2015 10:17:30

My NIB OS30 FS was £40 . I could have got carried away (I had already committed funds for a new radio.)

Thread: Model Suggestions for OS 30FS
31/08/2015 13:03:55

I was just on the DB site and was debating between the Tiger and Cirrus

31/08/2015 12:48:33

I bought a new/unused OS 30FS at the Nationals for a bargain. Scratching my head as to what to put it in / build . (I already have a Junior 60 so prefer something different.)

Any suggestion's?

Thread: Faroe Islands Gliding - a first??
31/08/2015 12:22:35

That looks spectacular .

Thread: Urgent and important petition - Please sign
28/08/2015 10:58:29

Done and passed on to club members for support

Thread: Wren Engines go into Liquidation
24/08/2015 12:15:23

I have been on the receiving end of several CVA's over the last few years (and it has hurt) . Not nice but that's business. (Rich, I'm sure that you in your occupation will have seen a few of these!) Most of the companies that I dealt with were due to a variety of reasons forced into this position .

As a past customer of Wren Turbines Ltd . I would support the new company with my business and wish them a more hopeful future.

Thread: How many of your club members are forum users?
14/08/2015 19:23:23
Posted by John Privett on 13/08/2015 11:23:09:
Posted by Tomtom39 on 12/08/2015 22:06:58:

Mind you club website seems to be visited by only eight to date (12 months) despite several reminders in various format. (Horses and water come to mind!)

Is that for the website as a whole? Or a specific forum section or something on it? Our club website stats show around 40 unique visitors a day... Have you given yours an obscure URL and taken steps to hide it from the search engines?

That was for the members section.

Thread: My Spitfire flight
13/08/2015 15:03:26

It wasn't me that put it there! Although the one I flew (In process of house move so will need to lay hands on my log book) came a cropper a few months later . I understand much of the parts were recycled to build a another Mk IX.

13/08/2015 14:44:17

Excellent . Very envious. I did something similar in South Africa some 15 years ago.

Thread: How many of your club members are forum users?
12/08/2015 22:06:58

Last count four out of fifty odd. Mind you club website seems to be visited by only eight to date (12 months) despite several reminders in various format. (Horses and water come to mind!)

Thread: Chriss Foss Wot 4 ARTF Wing Bolt Size?
10/08/2015 11:22:35

Its a "funny" thread (I have had the same conversation with both my LMS and Ripmax!!)

I took out the captive nuts that were in the model and replaced them with ones that would take M6 plastic wing joiner bolts (so that I didn't have to keep searching for my screwdriver down at the field)

Thread: NGH 38cc Petrol Four Stroke - now at JE
07/08/2015 10:02:44

Bob, I have sent you a PM

Thread: Easy Airfield Rigging for Biplanes
04/08/2015 12:17:24

Kit, I would very much like a copy of your plan too. I have the Flair stearman sitting in a box ready to be built. I had been scratching my head with setting up some form of Jury rig system.

Thread: What are these springs called and where can I get them?
03/08/2015 10:44:34

Excellent Colin. Just what I was looking for.

Thread: NGH 38cc Petrol Four Stroke - now at JE
31/07/2015 20:58:15

Thank you Bob (and for the photos) . All the best with the Acro Wot XL and the NGH .Your help has been much appreciated.

Thread: Horizon Hobby
30/07/2015 17:32:28

That is such a shame. I understand from my local model shop that the service, stock levels and product range has been severely curtailed since the main UK operations was moved over to be run in Germany.

I have up to now bought products from Horizon Hobbies happy (and confident) in the knowledge that even though they tended to be a bit more expensive the back-up was there if needed. I very much hope that they get their act together over here.(I also write from recent experience and chalked it down to a minor blip )

Thread: NGH 38cc Petrol Four Stroke - now at JE
30/07/2015 10:08:00

Bob. I have sent you a PM

30/07/2015 09:38:01

Hello John, I don't have direct experience of the NGH 25 , however a club member has . He is on his third tank. Using a 15X10 at present but will be going for a bigger prop once its run in well. It has quite a bark and he fashioned an insert (simiar to the ones I use on my petrol 2 strokes - I 'm experimenting with a DLE 35 RA with one of these http://www.troybuiltmodels.com/items/TBMDLE20SILENCER.html. I understand that there is a seller in the UK but not sure who that is)

Edited By Tomtom39 on 30/07/2015 09:38:53

Thread: 1/3rd Classic Scale Tiger Moth -
29/07/2015 18:42:10

Jez very sorry to hear about your accident . I wish you a very speedy recovery. Your build threads have been a real inspiration so on a very selfish note. Get better soon!

Thread: NGH 38cc Petrol Four Stroke - now at JE
29/07/2015 12:00:32

I have to hold my hands up to having had the H9 35% Extra - with a twin 100cc . I converted this to electric (different type of noise !) . Ended up having to buy a three blade prop . Batteries were a bit expensive and I sold it on.

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