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Gary Murphy 122/06/2011 00:12:15
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Sorry to jump in off topic but i am new to the hobby with 2 basic builds so far.
Stumbled into the "webbit" and thought it would be good to build.I have no idea if imstructions come with the kit but a rcme review i found here mention a hard copy manual and a cd version.has anyone got a copy i can see that way i can see if the build is ok for my limit.Thanks.
Richard Wood22/06/2011 10:22:39
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Yep, the Webbit comes with build instructions & photos, but I'm
not aware of a CD.
Have a look through all Webbit build blogs on here to see how it
looks to you - it's really not too hard to build.
If you PM me an email address I can send PDFs of the scanned instructions
tomorrow morning.

Edited By Richard Wood on 22/06/2011 10:23:12

Steven Webb (Steve Webb Models)22/06/2011 12:18:02
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Hi Richard, There's a written instruction that comes with the kit. At the time Nigel reviewed the WebBIT we sent him the instructions on a disc and with photos for him to peruse. It was never intended to be something that was provided in the kit, but Nige listed as having a CD and Written instructions in his 'confuzzlement'.
TBH the written instruction might not mean to much without a plan or kit.
That should link to some photos, but there's more info all over this forum in all the build logs.
Hope that helps

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