Here is a list of all the postings wingcoax has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Does anyone remember...|
Bury used to have two, Roy Levers "MEGA MODELS" and Bury model shop. Roy moved to Bolton and the other went mostly into cars.
|Thread: Is the hobby dying/dead|
I got into the "game" through walking my in-laws dog, that was over 40 years ago and since then have tought many younger and older people to fly. I have also displayed models at several events resulting in some new members.
|Thread: New in North Yorks|
James, All of us at some stage have gone through the same moment, "Do i go or stay" Once you start talking to the members you will be hooked.
|Thread: Need a new fuel pump (glow fuel)|
I don´t know what type of pump you have but I have used an old screen wash pump for years, it only needs stripping every two years and a clean up. Steve.
|Thread: Any information wanted|
Can anyone please help? I am trying to resurrect some old models i used to fly in my early days and need the plans or instructions. They are a; 1, "Advance 40" low wing intermediate plane originally from Humberside models. 2, Precedent "Hi boy Turbo" I would be grateful for any information.. Steve P.S I do have the wings.
|Thread: Wire Gauges and how to measure them.|
Not sure if they still do,BUT in the front of a lot of diaries(the pocket size)they used to print a lot of conversion tables and included was a list of wire sizes.
|Thread: Ebay sellers...|
It does say it´s from YORKSHIRE.
|Thread: Flying over private land|
As a long time model flier and sometime full size, Can i say that during my training i was able to practice touch and goes in Morecombe bay( while the tide was out) I queried the rule on 500ft and was told as Martin says we were OK.
Sometimes known as "Salter fastenings"
|Thread: Excellent service|
I recently ordered a set of cores from Billkits, They are for a rather large delta ,so i was very surprised when, after a couple of weeks with myself and Bill deciding the final requirements i was told they were in the post. When they arrive is in the lap of the gods as the post here in Portugal is currently second to "snail mail" Once again many thanks to BILL MANLEY for first class service. STEVE.
|Thread: Foam wings|
I recently ordered a set of cores from Billkits, It has taken less than two weeks including discussions with Bill on the final requirements to them being in the post. When they arrive is in the lap of the gods due to post here in Portugal being behind "snail mail" Many thanks to BILL MANLEY.
Thanks guys, kc i have the plan in tracing form (ready for printing from) Mark thanks for the tip on CG Steve.
Sorry if i am hi-jacking this thread, BUT, I am having a set of cores cut by Billkits at the moment. It is a "Stinger" delta by Terry Eato and am looking for the article on construction. I am not sure which mag it was in but is a MEGA PLAN. Is there anyone out there who can help.
|Thread: What Traders are still offering Mail Order? Services?|
Question for Barrie, Are you Roy´s lad? I bought my first model from him when he was in Bury and the Lanc was hanging in the workshop.
|Thread: Has Your Club Made Any Decisions Regarding The Coronavirus?|
Erf, I know you are on the Fylde, Do you (when you can) fly near to the army camp? Are you still bothered by the occasional low(very)Cherokee?
|Thread: Home viewing - Avaition Treats from 20th March 2020 onwards|
Re the 262, Who remembers the unforgettable sight of the 1/2 size 262 going in at Woodvale several years ago due to a bird strike?
|Thread: Netflix scam|
For those of you who read the Daily Mail, read the personal finance page. There are a number of these scams listed.
|Thread: Insanity seems to be setting in|
I´m not that much different to Peter and Erf in age and find my way blocked by younger drivers. The difference is that here in Portugal the motorways are nearly empty due to toll charges.
Peter, They haven´t enough police to catch real crims, So you are pretty safe even if as they say those not self isolating could be arrested.
|Thread: Thinning Araldite|
Warming it will thin it slightly BUT do not over heat as that will ruin its properties.
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