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Parkzone FW190

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DIGGER16/07/2020 10:36:58
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Hi, I am trying to build a model from parts, it's the PARKZONE FW190, PKZ6250. 43inch ws. As this is no longer available spares are not available, so I'm asking for your help, in case you have any bits in old draws. I would like to find 2 strut covers ( ie oleo legs ) that fit over the metal legs and the doors. I'm interested in anything you might have for this model. I have already found the major parts, ie fuselage, wings metal u/c. But would be interested in what ever you have.


leccyflyer16/07/2020 12:48:45
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Hi Chris

If you have access to a 3D printer, I drew up some simple UC doors for the Parkzone FW-190, which you can download from Thingiverse.

PZ FW-190 U/C door

best of luck with your other spares list - the model is a fantastic flyer.

DIGGER16/07/2020 12:56:38
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Thanks leccyflyer, but I don't have access to a printer.


DIGGER05/08/2020 07:02:27
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A shot in the dark. Has anyone got the Parkzone FW190 and the Parkzone artizan, reason for this is the Artizan motor mount looks the same as the 190 and I would like to confirm this before I buy one. Any help appreciated.


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